Tiddas 4 Tiddas was started as an initiative designed to empower young black women to know their worth and what they’re capable of. Tidda means sister and in this podcast series, we’ll bring to life stories of some of the countries deadliest Indigenous sisters. Women who are working to change the world, one day at a time like actress Leah Purcell, activist Dr June Oscar, and author Tara June Winch. Hosted by Tiddas founder Marlee Silva in partnership with Mamamia, this show is about raising awareness and inspiring Indigenous excellence in the hopes that one day, we’ll all stand together.
A house party leads to many things, but the name of business probably isn’t one of them.
When Kristy Dickenson was working a retail job she didn’t like, she realised she just wanted to make beautiful accessories that she would wear.
And one evening, Kristy was organising a house party on...
When Dr. June Oscar was 18, she worked as a typist for the Aboriginal Legal Services in Western Australia. It was in that small office in Derby as she was typing up a document about an Aboriginal stockman who'd been mistreated by white station workers she decided she was going to change the way...
When Tara June Winch was 23 she'd already published her first novel, Swallow The Air. Not only did that book launch her writing career it became an English text for school syllabuses all over the country that's still used to this day.
Tara has won a David Unaipon Award and a Victorian Premier’s...