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Monday Breakfast Jacob and Phuong

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Current affairs, media analysis, alternative media.

    Reforestation in Tasmania, World AIDS Day, migrant-women owned business, iPod's 20th Anniversary

    Reforestation in Tasmania, World AIDS Day, migrant-women owned business, iPod's 20th Anniversary

    Vivien Langford spoke to Peg Putt - Former leader of the Tasmanian Greens about the community's capacity for reforestation.//Jacob spoke with Richard Keane, CEO of Living Positive Victoria, about World AIDS Day, recent challenges and successes of people living with AIDS, and ways that governments, communities, and individuals can support people living with AIDS. For more information on Living Positive, visit the website.//Caitlin spoke with Ridhima Sachdeva who runs Hemera Labs, part of The She Club, a collective of migrant-women owned businesses that have just opened in Collingwood.//Evan spoke with Dr Stuart James about the 20th anniversary of the iPod - it's connection with music streaming and what lies ahead for the way we listen to our favourite tunes.//

    Climate Change and Mental Health, Housing on the Bass Coast, Saving the Collingwood Community Gardens, Blockade Australia

    Climate Change and Mental Health, Housing on the Bass Coast, Saving the Collingwood Community Gardens, Blockade Australia

    Scheherazade Bloul (WOTL) spoke with Prof.Helen Berry from Macquarie University on how climate change impacts mental health//Jessica Harrison spoke with Kevin and Zeb (City Limits) about housing challenges on the Bass Coast//Kevin and Zeb (City Limits)  catch up with Pam Morgan about the campaign to save the Collingwood Children's Farm//Hannah and Emma from Blockade Australia speaking with Stick Together's Jackson McInearny about the recent action to shut down the world's largest coal port in Newcastle NSW//

    #RaiseTheAge, Boycotting MQFF, Youth Climate Action, Blockade Australia

    #RaiseTheAge, Boycotting MQFF, Youth Climate Action, Blockade Australia

    Monday Breakfast with Phuong // Lee-Anne Carter from VALS spoke with Marisa from the Doin Time Show on why we need to #raisetheage. Lujayn Hourani, Lebanese-Palestinian writer, spoke with James from In Ya Face about why the Melbourne Queer Film Festival boycott has been called.  Ella Simons, 15 year-old school climate strike organiser, spoke with Phuong from Tuesday Breakfast about attending the pre-COP event in Milan about sharing their reflections on the federal government's lack of action on climate change. Rilka, James, and Marco from Blockade Australia spoke with Jacob about taking action at the Port of Newcastle to draw attention to the government's inaction in the face of a climate crisis.  Songs:Talk - Budjerah ft MAY-ALike Ecstasy - Purple DyeTwisted Folk - Too Precious to Plunder

    Palestine National Day, Healing Country, and Akuch Anyieth on Interpreting the Legal System

    Palestine National Day, Healing Country, and Akuch Anyieth on Interpreting the Legal System

    Monday Breaky 15/11/2021with Phuong and Jacob Indra, Geema, and Sue on Done By Law speak with Akuch Anyieth who gives a fascinating insight into the world of interpreting in the legal system. Phuong and Jacob speak to Jessica Morrison from the Australia Palestine Advocacy Network about Palestine National Day, and the Australian government's anti-Palestine stance. You can access their online event at 6pm tonight here. We hear from speakers of the Heal Country forum, a forum to heal climate from the Better Futures Mob. Brought to you by Earth Matters on 3CR. Songs:Man Hater by YARA feat. manaliYesterday by Mel Blue

    COP26 Debrief, PNG COVID Crisis, Sustain Gaza Agriculture, and Collingwood Community Garden Campaign

    COP26 Debrief, PNG COVID Crisis, Sustain Gaza Agriculture, and Collingwood Community Garden Campaign

    Monday Breaky 8/11/2021with Jacob, Evan, and Phuong Jan Bartlett from Tues Hometime caught up with Nick Rose, executive director of Australian food-sustainability organisation Sustain, about the work and challenges of the Gaza Urban and Peri-Urban Agriculture Platform (GUPAP). Evan speaks with Ian Kemish, former High Commissioner to PNG and Chair of Kokoda Track Foundation, about the COVID-19 situation and vaccine roll-out in PNG. Annie McLoughlin from Solidarity Breakfast speaks with Giles Fielke about the fight to overturn the indefinite closure of a community garden by the management of Collingwood Childrens Farm. You can support the campaign by signing this petition.  Jacob and Evan speak with Dr Emma Shortis from RMIT about Conference of Parties 26 in Glasgow, about international climate efforts, Australia's climate performance and our reputation on the global stage.  Songs:Confection by Max LawrenceHim by Ngaiire    

    Celeste Liddle on Let's Talk, Deaths in Custody, and the Plight of Racehorses

    Celeste Liddle on Let's Talk, Deaths in Custody, and the Plight of Racehorses

    Boe Spearim and Celeste Liddle with Let's Talk - a look at misinformation in communities during the pandemic, the Far Right and the Melb Rallys that took place during COVID. // Marisa from Doin Time interviews Aunty Anne Jones (mother of JC) with Aunty Megan Krakouer (from the National Suicide Prevention & Trauma Recovery Project) about what happened with JC's death, the court case and consequences for the police officer who shot her, and the lack of support and accountability in this broken system. CW: This story contains audio-images of people who have died. // Kristin Leigh from the Coalition for the Protection of Horses speaks to Phuong and Jacob about the ongoing campaigns against the mistreatment and exploitation of racehorses in the industry. // Song: //October - Molly Millington //

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