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“Everything has beauty, but not everyone sees it” Said Confucius. That's what our mission is at Rotted podcast and it gets tested every episode when we sit down and discuss movies that received zero percent critic review on Rotten Tomatoes. Confucius also never had to watch InAppropriate Comedy, The Ridiculous 6 or Saving Christmas so what did he know.
 
Let’s Talk About Race (LTAR), a new intergenerational, roundtable discussion of independent national journalists featuring rigorous conversations and analysis of news coverage and the role race plays in politics, government, economy, education, and health. LTAR currently airs on KBOO Community Radio in Portland, OR, and Pacific Radio NetworkLTAR brings independent journalists from all over the country from New Jersey to Texas and Pennsylvania with a home base in Portland, Oregon. The hosts b ...
 
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Acknowledgement of Country Headlines Naavikaran is a Meanjin based trans-Goddess, an upcoming producer, multimedia artist and changemaker. Through storytelling and the practice of culture, Naavikaran wants to support the care for land, Elders and children to come. She will be performing next week at 10 and 11pm on Thursday the 2nd of June for the e…
 
Let’s Talk About Race (LTAR), is a national and international award-winning progressive, intergenerational roundtable discussion of independent journalists from around the country. LTAR features rigorous analysis of news coverage, and the role race plays in politics, life, and society. LTAR is available on Audioport and PRX, and currently airs twic…
 
Let’s Talk About Race (LTAR), is a national and international award-winning progressive, an intergenerational roundtable discussion of independent journalists from around the country. LTAR features rigorous analysis of news coverage, and the role race plays in politics, life, and society. LTAR is available on Audio port and PRX, and currently airs …
 
Acknowledgement of Country// Headlines// 7:15 Mercedes Zanker//Mercedes Zanker is a producer and host on 3CR's Uprise Radio and an anti-military activist with Renegade Activists, conveners of the Raucous Anti-AUKUS Caucus online symposiums. Mercedes joins us to provide updates on AUKUS, the trilateral security pact between Australia, the United Kin…
 
Acknowledgement of Country// Headlines// On last week’s Friday Breakfast show Chloe and Jacob spoke with Joey, who is detained at Melbourne Immigration Transit Accommodation or MITA, about Section 501 of the Migration Act. This Act allows the government visa cancellation powers, and Joey discusses how the present government has been using these pro…
 
Acknowledgement of Country// Headlines// Listen back to VOX pops from Sunday’s May Day 2022 Rally with Jiselle Hanna (3CR’s Accent of Women and Asia Pacific Currents), featuring Michael from Retail and Fast Food Workers’ Union, Merri from Save Public Housing Collective, and other attendees. Find out more and listen back to 3CR’s dedicated May Day 2…
 
Acknowledgement of Country// Headlines// Zelda Grimshaw, a campaigner with the anti-war group Wage Peace, joins us to discuss the international week of action against arms manufacturer Lockheed Martin, which has been running from 21-28 April. The Melbourne action to Stop Lockheed Martin will begin at 11AM today, Thursday 28 April, at Lincoln Square…
 
Acknowledgement of Country// Headlines// Professor Libby Porter is a researcher and educator at RMIT's Centre for Urban Research. Libby's work focuses on dispossession and displacement in contemporary cities, and she joined Priya on this week's episode of Women on the Line on 3CR to discuss the importance of maintaining and building public housing …
 
Acknowledgement of Country// Headlines// Eirene Tsolidis Noyce, founding Secretary of the Renters and Housing Union (RAHU), joins us to discuss the impacts of increased cost of living on renters in Australia. RAHU is a member-run union for renters which formed as a response to the COVID-19 pandemic and are fighting for safe and secure housing for a…
 
The roundtable line-up features: LaNita Duke, an award-winning audio and video producer who has written, directed, and produced political news and commentary for Grassroots NW and KBOO Radio for over 45 years. Dianne Johnson, a journalist from Texas co-host/musicologist on From the Grassroots, a political news magazine. Althea Billings, current New…
 
Acknowledgement of Country// Headlines// Anastasia from Legal Observers NSW joins us to discuss serious concerns with the recent passing of anti-protest laws in New South Wales. The Roads and Crimes Legislation Amendment 2022 passed the NSW parliament on Friday the 1st of April, sparking widespread backlash from community and advocacy groups who ar…
 
Acknowledgement of Country// Headlines// Witt Gorrie joins us again to speak about the Beyond Bricks & Bars: Trans Gender Diverse Decarceration Project, which is continuing to fundraise to support vital work with trans and gender diverse people impacted by the criminal punishment system, and to reflect on trans liberation and abolition on Transgend…
 
7:15am - Prof Lyndall Ryan\\An eight year long project to map the massacres of people on the Australian frontier is the “first sustained effort to break the code of silence” on the violence of colonisation. The map is not definitive, because so many massacres were hidden and people have never talked about them, but this is the first time we have a …
 
Acknowledgement\\News Headlines\\7:15am - Dhakshayini Sooriyakumaran\\Dhakshayini Sooriyakumaran is Director of Tech Policy at Reset Australia, a think-tank focused on digital threats to democracy. They are also a PhD candidate at ANU RegNet researching automation and racialised surveillance in border policing and social welfare. They join us to di…
 
Welcome to another edition of LTAR- this is a dangerous topic to address during a dangerous time- LTAR is going to dip our toe into international waters as we discuss the current white on white crime between the County of Ukraine and their former partner Russia -who wants Ukraine back This is an international domestic violence situation -the partne…
 
Acknowledgement of Country Headlines 7:15AM - An excerpt from a conversation with Dr Mary Graham, a Kombu-merri and Wakka Wakka person from SE Queensland on Collaborative Governance and relational ethos. Introduced by Dr Michelle Maloney (Co-Founder and National Convenor, Australian Earth Laws Alliance). You can catch EarthMatters Sundays on 3CR fr…
 
On this segment of LTAR : Build, Back-Never-a look at President Bidens domestic policies failures When has the fire and fury gone- No John Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act, No Build Back Better bill. This is ruinous for Democratic prospects in the 2022 elections. Republicans can be counted on to do three things, and three things only: 1) increas…
 
Acknowledgement of Country// Headlines// Elina Mark, a Sudanese refugee who has been living in Indonesia for the past four years, interviews Abdullah, who is also stranded in Indonesia as a result of Australia's border regime. Abdullah speaks about barriers to accessing education for refugees in Indonesia, and his concerns about their flow-on effec…
 
Acknowledgement of Country News Headlines Martin Hodgson is a Senior Advocate at the Foreign Prisoners' Support Service and co-hosts Curtain the Podcast along with South Sea Islander and Darumbal writer and academic Amy McQuire. Martin spoke with Priya about the shameful crisis of missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls in Australia and the…
 
Acknowledgement of Country News Headlines Earlier this week, Priya caught up with writer and comedian Kaitlyn Blythe to hear more about the lived experiences of people with myalgic encephalomyelitis/chronic fatigue syndrome during COVID-19. Earlier in the week, Rosie spoke with Dan Hogan, a working-class writer and public-school teacher. They curre…
 
Welcome to another edition of LTAR-Reading, Writing, and Book Burning America is undergoing another backlash to the increasing awareness of racial injustices following the murder of George Floyd as school leaders confront longstanding inequities as some public schools address diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts And white conservatives are crea…
 
Acknowledgement of Country// Headlines// Josie Alec is a Kuruma Marduthunera custodian from the Pilbara, Western Australia. Josie joined Rosie earlier this week to speak about the ongoing destruction of rock art and country on Murujuga/The Burrup Peninsula and the Federal Government's recent announcement of a $255 million dollar loan to support the…
 
Journalist Roundtable Topic: Things Fall Apart-Severe Weather -brought on my Climate Change-breaks our infrastructure Talking Points: 'Indigenous peoples have been on the front lines of environmental racism for decades " Indigenous rights lawyer and activist Sherri Mitchell explains why all Americans should care about environmental justice and Indi…
 
Journalist Roundtable Topic: Critical Race Theory-What is it and why is it being banned LTAR deconstructs and explains Critical Race Theory with the voices of our panel, the voice of the Late Dr. Derrick Bell -who was part of a group of legal experts and scholars who developed the concept of CRT- racism and white supremacy are regular, commonplace …
 
Revolutionary Love and Radical Imagination is the way forward according to Mary Li from Portland Oregon as a guest on LTAR: Another Racial Reckoning in America. And Ed Bird Song, Community college professor and counseling chair from Long Beach, CA said the tragedy The shooting will bring all communities together. LTAR also addressed the anti-black …
 
On this segment of LTAR : The Second Pandemic- Domestic violence in America -hosted by Professional Johnson and we are joined by a special guest., Mary Li. Mary. Mary is the Director of the Multnomah Idea Lab-a think tank in Portland, OR. Nia Gray our faith Reporter is on Assignment Domestic violence is a public health crisis that existed before CO…
 
Is conservative messaging putting woke to sleep? We asked our panel three questions: The first question. The term woke is being used as a negative pejorative (expressing contempt). In less than one year-is this a cultural backlash against America's racial reckoning? =================== The second question on our the national backlash AGAINST Americ…
 
Acknowledgement of Country// Headlines// Priya caught up with Gregor Husper, Principal Lawyer at the Police Accountability Project, to discuss the Department of Justice's review into Victoria's police complaints system and the serious problem of police investigating police. The review responds to a range of concerns outlined in the 2018 Independent…
 
On paper, Yuri Kochiyama and Malcolm X made an unexpected pair — a Japanese American mother of six and a firebrand Muslim minister and Black nationalist and human rights activist. Malcolm X and Yuri had a Revolutionary friendship, that was interrupted by his assassination in 1965, And at the assassination of M.X on Feb 21 1965 Yuri was there May 19…
 
Acknowledgement of Country News headlines 50th Anniversary of the Aboriginal Tent Embassy, No Police at Pride, Housing and Homlessness crisis, Dr Jackie Huggins on the reissue of ‘Sister Girl: Reflections of Tiddaism, Identity and Reconciliation’ We hear a speech from Guwama woman Cheryl Buchanan, one of the early campaigners at the Aboriginal Tent…
 
We hear Janet Galpin, Boonwurrung Foundation Representative, speaking at the Tunnerminnerwait and Maulboyheenner Commemoration 2021. This year's commemoration took place today 20th January and was broadcast live on 3CR from 12pm. We are joined by Angus MacFarland, Acting Secretary of The Australian Services Union, to discuss the urgent need for Com…
 
Kutcha Edwards is a Mutti Mutti songwriter. He spoke with us about his long-spanning music career, his twenty year involvement with the Beyond the Bars Radio broadcasts and memories from Fitzroy in the 1980s. For Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander listeners, please be advised that this conversation refers to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander…
 
Kelly and Spike are longtime housing activists and broadcasters on 3CR. They speak with us about the Homeless Persons Union, the 2016 Bendigo Street housing occupations and share reflections on hosting the 3CR Roominations show.//This interview forms part of the 3CR Thursday Breakfast crew’s contribution to Liquid Architecture, West Space and Bus P…
 
Porobibi is a West Papuan based in Narrm, a human rights activist and campaigner for Make West Papua Safe. Izzy Brown is the lead singer and MC of Combat Wombat and founder of the United Struggle Project. They joined us to speak about political organising, performing in public spaces in and around Collingwood and the importance of creative autonomo…
 
John Harding is a Kuku-Yulangi and Meriam man and playwright. He spoke to us about his play ‘The Dirty Mile’, a 2008 production by Ilbijerri Theatre Company, and his time broadcasting and working as the Aboriginal Programming Coordinator at 3CR in the late 1980s. This interview includes excerpts of two 3CR broadcasts - the Bicentennial protest broa…
 
Acknowledgement of Country// Headlines// We replay part of City Limits' show from Wednesday 15 December, where Zeb and Kevin caught up with Shane from Housing for the Aged Action Group for a final update on housing justice issues in Victoria and nationally for 2021. Catch City Limits on Wednesdays from 9-10AM on 3CR, and listen back to past episode…
 
Acknowledgement of country News Headlines Elizabeth Wathuti addresses COP26 in Glasgow in November. Elizabeth Wathuti is a founder of the Green Generation Movement in Kenya. Henry Rajendra is the Deputy President of the NSW Teachers Federation. Henry joins Thursday Breakfast to discuss Tuesday's strike action and the demands of public school teache…
 
Acknowledgement of Country// Headlines// Artist, writer and curator SJ Norman joined Rosie earlier this week to speak about his recently released collection of short stories Permafrost. Permafrost 'inverts and queers the gothic and romantic traditions, each story represents a different take on the concept of a haunting or the haunted.' The collecti…
 
Acknowledgement of Country// Headlines// Mick Power, Logistics Coordinator at United Workers Union, spoke with Rosie earlier this week about Country Road workers' strike action and win at the Truganina warehouse. Workers were fighting for union rights, fair pay and better working conditions.// Julia Cockram, Victorian State Director of Coalition fo…
 
Acknowledgement of country News Headlines Pan Karanikolas joins us to speak about the impacts of abelist Higher Education policy and the further implementation of the 'Job Ready Graduate Package' on disabled students and students with chronic illness. Pan Karanikolas is a PhD candidate in Crime, Justice and Legal Studies at La Trobe University, whe…
 
Acknowledgement of Country// Headlines// On Monday's episode of Women on the Line, Iris interviewed Dylan O'Hara from Victoria's peer sex-worker organisation Vixen Collective on the benefits of full decriminalisation of sex work and how the Sex Work Decriminalisation Bill 2021, which is currently before Victorian Parliament, leaves some sex workers…
 
Acknowledgement of Country News Headlines 7:30 Cam Walker, Campaigns Coordinator at Friends of the Earth Melbourne, joins Thursday Breakfast to talk about the climate crisis and what has happened at COP26 in Glasgow so far this week. 7:45 We hear an excerpt from a recent episode of Earth Matters with Dr Mary Graham, a Kombu-merri and Wakka Wakka pe…
 
Acknowledgement of Country// Headlines// Giles Fielke, sessional academic, unionist and member of Casualised, Unemployed and Precarious Uni Workers AU or CUPUW, joins us to speak about the ongoing exploitation of casual workers in Australian universities, failure to convert thousands of casual contracts to ongoing positions, and continued job cuts …
 
Acknowledgement of Country// Headlines// On Tuesday 12 October, the Australian Western Sahara Association held a panel discussion on the United Nations' role in the Western Sahara conflict. Today, we hear two speakers from that discussion- Golriz Ghahraman MP, Green Party of Aotearoa NZ, and Kamal Fadel, Polisario Front Representative in Australia …
 
Acknowledgement of Country// Headlines// Last week we spoke with Dimity Hawkins about the Raucous Anti-AUKUS Caucus, held on 7 October 2021. Organised by Renegade Activists, the webinar featured a panel discussion on concerns around the AUKUS alliance between Australia, the UK and the US. This morning we hear a segment of the event featuring speake…
 
Acknowledgement of country News headlines Priya caught up with El to discuss how the federal and state governments have failed disabled people during the COVID-19 vaccine roll-out, including through the covert de-prioritisation of vulnerable community members who were meant to be covered in phases 1a and 1b of vaccination, as revealed in a recently…
 
Acknowledgement of Country// Headlines// Melbourne Activist Legal Support (MALS) held a discussion on Tuesday 28 September about the Surveillance Legislation Amendment (Identify and Disrupt) Act 2021, which gives broad powers to federal police and intelligence agencies to spy on, disrupt and modify communications. We play a segment featuring lawyer…
 
Acknowledgement of Country// Headlines// Associate Professor Bradley Moggridge is a Kamilaroi water scientist working on closing the gap between western science and Traditional Science. In this recording from 3CR’s Earth Matters program, Prof Moggridge speaks about how Indigenous knowledge is still sidelined in water management and why this needs t…
 
Acknowledgement of Country// News Headlines// Wiradjuri and Noongar woman Edie Shepherd spoke with Annie from 3CR’s Stick Together show to provide an update on the campaign to stop fracking in the Northern Territory, and raised concerns about government failures to protect Aboriginal communities in far west NSW from COVID-19. Edie is a senior organ…
 
Acknowledgement of Country// Headlines// On 11 August, James Brennan interviewed senior economist from the Centre for Future Work Alison Pennington about the issues facing workers who are working from home on 3CR’s Stick Together program. While casualisation was sold as a flexible working option, with the employers holding the power it has meant wo…
 
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