#JusticeForMhelody and Blockade IMARC Queering The Air

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First, no justice, no peace: we briefly mention the Warlpiri people's struggle for justice after NT death in custody of a 19 year old man.Then we hear from the #JusticeForMhelody Polan Bruno vigil, remembering her name as a trans Filipina woman of colour, after being murdered by a man, and the broader struggles. We hear from Laura McClean, Alexia from Migrante Australia, Sharmane from Anakbayan Melbourne, Ness from Gabriela Australia, Rabi from Philippines Australia Solidarity Association - PASA, and Yani + Sophie from AntiColonial Asian Alliance.  To support her family, donate to the PayPal, with a note that says 'Justice for Mhelody'.We play Papaphilia's, Endless copies distributed and distorted from their origin, from Peace Was Never An Option (Launch).We are joined by Marian, an organiser with Blockade IMARC fighting for climate justice, who talks about the blockade, tensions and systemic problems with the police. We briefly hear audio from the blockade that connects the two struggles: Justice for Tanya Day, and Djab wurrung sacred landscapes.Ending on upcoming events: Prisoner Letter Writing, Visability- exhibition opening, Queerstories curated by Nayuka Gorrie and Hip Sista Hop recruiting.

First, no justice, no peace: we briefly mention the Warlpiri people's struggle for justice after NT death in custody of a 19 year old man.Then we hear from the #JusticeForMhelody Polan Bruno vigil, remembering her name as a trans Filipina woman of colour, after being murdered by a man, and the broader struggles. We hear from Laura McClean, Alexia from Migrante Australia, Sharmane from Anakbayan Melbourne, Ness from Gabriela Australia, Rabi from Philippines Australia Solidarity Association - PASA, and Yani + Sophie from AntiColonial Asian Alliance.  To support her family, donate to the PayPal, with a note that says 'Justice for Mhelody'.We play Papaphilia's, Endless copies distributed and distorted from their origin, from Peace Was Never An Option (Launch).We are joined by Marian, an organiser with Blockade IMARC fighting for climate justice, who talks about the blockade, tensions and systemic problems with the police. We briefly hear audio from the blockade that connects the two struggles: Justice for Tanya Day, and Djab wurrung sacred landscapes.Ending on upcoming events: Prisoner Letter Writing, Visability- exhibition opening, Queerstories curated by Nayuka Gorrie and Hip Sista Hop recruiting.

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