Fitzroy Legal Service: policing and surveillance, A’isyiyah: Undocumented, The Black Block: Lidia Thorpe, Radio Skid Row

 
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By 3CR 855AM Community Radio, Carly Baque, Scheherazade Bloul, Cait Kelly, Priya Kunjan, and Rosie Isaac. Discovered by Player FM and our community — copyright is owned by the publisher, not Player FM, and audio is streamed directly from their servers. Hit the Subscribe button to track updates in Player FM, or paste the feed URL into other podcast apps.
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 solidarity. News headlines with Cait Kelly Adam Willson, Senior Drug Outreach Lawyer at Fitzroy Legal Service speaks to Carly about the effects that policing and surveillance, amidst Covid-19, is having on some of Fitzroy Legal Service's clients. A’isyiyah, a Batak and Jawa mother, storyteller and community organiser, joins us to discuss their narrative essay Undocumented, which was released earlier this month by Incendium Radical Library. Undocumented will be launched online on the 6th of November. We hear an interview with the new Senator for Victoria, Lidia Thorpe with Viv Malo and Meriki Onus from 3CR’s The Black Block. They discuss Senator Thorpe’s first week in parliament and her plans for bringing grassroots Aboriginal voices to the Senate. Huna Amweero, a board member at Radio Skid Row in Sydney. Huna speaks with Priya about the recent cut in Radio Skid Row’s operational funding, and the station’s push this week to fundraise to be fully grassroots and community-owned. The fundraiser can be found here. Songs Jesswar - Venom

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