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Acknowledgement of country News headlines with Cait Kelly Mozhgan Moarefizadeh and Nicole Curby, co-hosts of The Wait, join us to introduce listeners to the podcast. The Wait is a new five-part narrative podcast series, telling the story of the refugees stranded in Indonesia as a result of Australia’s border crackdown. The Wait will be airing each …
 
Acknowledgement of country News We hear an excerpt from a conversation between Carol Que and Joel Spring, part of the Digital Launch of Hyphenated Biennial 2020/2021. Carol and Joel speak about Anticolonial Asian Alliance, Radio Skid Row and translation work. George Newhouse, Principal Solicitor and Director of the National Justice Project joins us…
 
Acknowledgement of country News Last week, Tecber Ahmed Salah, Head of African Union Department, Ministry of Public Health in the Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic and Oxfam Algeria Country Director, Haissam Minkara spoke with the Australian Western Sahara Association about the precarity and effects of COVID-19 pandemic on the Saharawi residents of …
 
Acknowledgement of country News Karen Wyld joins us to talk about her newly published book, Where the Fruit Falls. Karen Wyld is a freelance writer and author currently based in South Australia but her grandmother's county, Martu is located in the Pilbara region of Western Australia. Human rights defender and activist Adolf Mora joins us today to s…
 
Acknowledgement of country News headlines with Cait Kelly Mother and daughter Savanna and Kim Kruger, members of the Warrior Woman Lane project working group, cousins of Lisa Bellear and part of her Melbourne Aboriginal community, speak to Priya about honouring Lisa Bellear's life and legacy. Arika Waulu (dey/dem), discusses their sovereign-led lan…
 
Acknowledgement of Country News May Kotsakis joins Rosie to talk about the Phillipines Australia Solidarity Network's upcoming event Legitimising Repression - a discussion that looks at the's Phillipines Anti-Terrorism Act and the proposed ASIO Ammendment Bill 2020. May is the co-chairperson of PASA (Phillipines Australia Solidarity Association). K…
 
Acknowledgement of country Carly and Priya let listeners know that the police officer charged over the death of Kumanjayi Walker has been committed to Supreme Court you can follow updates at #JusticeforWalker campaign and they discuss the destruction of trees at the Djab Wurrung Heritage Protection Embassy and share ways for listeners to stand in s…
 
Acknowledgement of countryNews headlines with Cait Kelly Priya gives a brief overview of the war between Armenia and Azerbaijan in Nagorno Karabakh/Artsakh. They provided the following resources for listeners to find out more. https://helparmenians.carrd.co/ bit.ly/artsakh-solidarity Marisol Salinas, host on 3CR's Mujeres Latinoamericanas show join…
 
Acknowledgement of countryNews headlines with Cait KellyEditor-in-chief of Archer Magazine, Lucy Watson speaks with Rosie about the new issue of the magazine, and the digital launch and fundraiser for GiveOUT Day on Friday, October 16.Carly speaks with Panda Wong about her residency at Incendium Radical Library - Whispers From Home which is a googl…
 
Acknowledgement of country News headlines with Cait Kelly Carly treats Thursday Breakfast listeners to a mix of new tracks by local First Nations artists. We hear part of an interview with Dr Kate Shaw on the policy of 'social-mixing' on Carlton's public housing estate, from 3CR's Women on the Line. The episode was aired on Monday the 28th Septembe…
 
Carly speaks with Thursday Breakfast’s own Scheherazade Bloul about Omar Radi, a Moroccan journalist who has recently been jailed on a series of charges including espionage. Omar is an award-winning investigative journalist and human rights activist who frequently publishes articles about land grabs by speculators and the corruption within Moroccan…
 
Acknowledgement of country News headlines with Cait Kelly Carly shared Tuesday Breakfast’s panel Classroom to Newsroom: Racial gatekeeping in Australian media with listeners. You can click the link to go to the event page or listen back on Tuesday Breakfast. And Priya read from RISE: Refugees, survivors and eX-detainees’ eX-detainee Day 2020 statem…
 
Acknowledgement of country News headlines with Cait Kelly The Thursday Breakfast team discusses recent incidents of police violence across the continent and the systemic nature of this carceral violence. They also share the link to the GoFundMe JUSTICE FOR SHERRY TILBEROO and details for an upcoming vigil and march in Meanjin to demand justice for …
 
Acknowledgement of country News headlines with Cait Kelly Robbie Bundle joins Carly to discuss the Yalinguth Art Prize. Yalinguth (“yesterday” in Woi Wurrung) is an innovative Augmented Reality experience, expressed entirely through sound, accessible via a location-specific mobile App. The Yalinguth prize is seeking submissions from Aboriginal and …
 
Acknowledgement of country News headlines with Cait Kelly We hear an interview with Messiah Rhodes filmmaker and host of the documentary series Against All Odds. Messiah was interviewed by Amy Goodman on US current affairs program Democracy Now on 14 August. His new documentary series, available online at ajcontrast.com/againstallodds, explores the…
 
Acknowledgement of countryNews headlines with Cait KellyPriya speaks with Dr Sandy O’Sullivan talks about their development of a list of 101 Black Writers and Voices. Sandy is Wiradjuri person an Associate Professor of Creative Industries at the University of the Sunshine Coast.Carly speaks with Elizabeth Povinelli about the Karrabing Film Collecti…
 
Acknowledgement of country News headlines with Cait Kelly Liam Kane and Shan Windscript speak to Priya about campaigns against wage theft at Australian universities. Liam is a PhD candidate in History at UNSW, and an active National Tertiary Education Union member. Shan is PhD student and tutor in History at the University of Melbourne, as well as …
 
Acknowledgement of country News headlines with Cait Kelly We hear part of a webinar discussion hosted by Melbourne Law School - Black Lives Matter. The discussion is facilitated by Larissa Behrendt and features Alison Whittaker, Eddie Cubillo Amy McQuire and George Newhouse speaking about campaigns to stop Aboriginal deaths in custody, the media's …
 
Acknowledgement of country News headlines with Cait Kelly Scheherazade speaks with producer Joshua Francis about HISSY FIT, an online space where we can rant without reprise, a space for anyone called hysterical or too much in this white colony. We hear excerpts from the inaugural HISSY FIT, broadcast live on Friday, 24 July and featuring three art…
 
We hear Imani Barbarin and Damien Griffs speaking at the Virtual Progress 2020 conference about vital lessons from the disability justice movement. Imani is a disability rights activist from the United States and Damien is a descendant of the Worimi people and leading advocate for the human rights of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people wit…
 
We listen to part of a powerful conversation from the Virtual Progress 2020 Conference on creating police-free futures. Three community organisers from MPD150, Arianna Nason, Jae Hyun Shim and Molly Glasgow, join Meriki Onus co-founder of Warriors of the Aboriginal Resistance, to discuss lessons and insights from MPD150's work towards dismantling t…
 
Acknowledgement of Country News headlines with Cait Kelly We hear an excerpt from the Virtual Progress 2020 conference where Dr Jackie Huggins speaks on Bla(c)k Lives Matter and the incarceration of First Nations women. Jackie Huggins is a Bidjara and Birri-Gubba Juru woman and a celebrated author, historian, and former Co-Chair of National Congres…
 
Acknowledgement of country News headlines with Cait Kelly Dr Nikki Moodie, Gomeroi woman and sociologist based at the University of Melbourne, joins us to discuss recent changes to the university sector in Australia. This conversation focuses on the intersection between impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic and austerity measures such as fee hikes, and …
 
Acknowledgement of country News headlines with Cait Kelly Priya and Carly talk about important local news stories from the week including the fundraiser for West Papuan activists robbed at gunpoint in Collingwood, RISE Boycott Refugee Week campaign, WA law passed to end incarceration for unpaid fines and finally they discuss domestic violence and t…
 
Acknowledgement of country News headlines with Cait Kelly We hear part of the first episode of Frontier War Stories hosted by Boe Spearim. This podcast delves into the first 140 years of conflict and resistance on this continent. In the first episode, Boe speaks with Callum Clayton Dixon - Ambeyang researcher, author of Surviving New England and Ph…
 
Acknowledgement of country News headlines with Cait Kelly We hear a number of speeches from the Naarm Black Lives Matter rally that took place on Saturday 6th June. In this first segment of audio we hear from Meriki Onus from Warriors of the Aboriginal Resistance, Sue-Anne Hunter, Mandy Nicholson, Ky-ya Nicholson-Ward and Warren Day supported on st…
 
Acknowledgement of Country News headlines with Cait Kelly Carly mixes a music selection of local artists. We listen to part 2 of a three part podcast presented by Deakin University students that participated in last year's Global Journalism Exchange program to Morocco. The idea is to understand how Think Tanger work with different comunities to car…
 
Acknowledgement of country News headlines with Cait Kelly Max speaks with Tanya Talaga, Anishinaabe journalist and author, about her recent book All Our Relations: Indigenous trauma in the shadow of colonialism. We will hear a number of poems by Darlene Silva Soberano. Darlene is a poet whose work has appeared in Mascara Literary Review, Australian…
 
Acknowledgement of country News headlines with Cait Kelly In episode 8 of Liberation Loops, Carly speaks with Simon Clough. Simon is currently the culture and practice manager of Brook RED a peer led mental health service. Simon is a passionate advocate for lived-experience practice, learning to live with his own mental health concerns and using th…
 
Acknowledgement of country News headlines with Cait Kelly In episode 7 of Liberation Loops, Carly speaks with Anna Carlson about how surveillance operates in so-called Australia and how it's operating amidst COVID-19.Anna Carlson is a cofounder and organiser of the Brisbane Free University, co-host of 4zzz's Radio Reversal and a freelance radio pro…
 
Acknowledgement of country News headlines with Cait Kelly In episode 6 of Liberation Loops, Carly speaks with Lauren Caulfield. Lauren works at the intersection of interpersonal and state-sanctioned gender violence, and is involved in training, organising work and community-based interventions to violence. She also coordinates the “Policing Family …
 
Acknowledgement of country News headlines with Cait Kelly In episode 5 of Liberation Loops, Carly speaks with Nawa Nightshade, herbalist, somatic coach, death doula and community organiser. Their healing practice is centred on anti-oppressive praxis that works to address systemic harm, informed by decolonial activism on the front lines. Jeremey Kin…
 
Acknowledgement of country News headlines with Cait Kelly Max speaks with Sam Elkin speaks with Max about the LGBTI+ legal needs survey, which closes soon, as well as the Change Your ID day coming up in May. Chi Tran reading a selection of their poetry. Chi Tran is an emerging artist and writer, based in Naarm. Chi has written and exhibited in Cord…
 
Acknowledgement of country News headlines with Cait Kelly Max speaks with Roxanne Moore, Executive Officer of NATSILS, about the urgent need to immediately release people in prison to stop the spread of COVID-19 and prevent COVID-19 Black deaths in custody. As part of a new regular segment we hear a number of new poems read by writer Elena Gomez. S…
 
Acknowledgement of country News headlines with Cait Kelly We listen to Episode 4 of Liberation Loops, a 3CR mini series produced by Carly Baque. The series explores the different practices people are using to challenge the criminal legal system, how folks are already addressing violence in their own communities and some of the ways people are learn…
 
Acknowledgement of country News headlines with Cait Kelly We listen to Episode 3 of Liberation Loops, a 3CR mini series produced by Carly Baque. The series explores the different practices people are using to challenge the criminal legal system, how folks are already addressing violence in their own communities and some of the ways people are learn…
 
Acknowledgement of country News headlines with Cait Kelly Max speaks with Alessio Scandurra, from the organisation Antigone in Italy, on the experiences of people detained in Italian during the COVID-19 crisis and the need for decarceration. Max speaks with Peaches, a sex worker living in Naarm, about the impact the pandemic is having on sex worker…
 
Acknowledgment of country News headlines with Cait Kelly We listen to Episode 2 of Liberation Loops, a 3CR mini series produced by Carly Baque. The series explores the different practices people are using to challenge the criminal legal system, how folks are already addressing violence in their own communities and some of the ways people are learni…
 
Acknowledgement of country Alternative NewsWe listen to Episode 1 of Liberation Loops, a new 3CR mini series produced by Carly Baque. The series explores the different practices people are using to challenge the criminal legal system, how folks are already addressing violence in their own communities and some of the ways people are learning to heal…
 
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