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3CR Film Fundraiser

Bring your friends for a movie night out at 3CR’s screening of the new political comedy ‘Pride’ on Thursday 6 November. Set in the Margaret Thatcher’s England in the summer of 84, ‘Pride’ is the story of how a London-based group of gay and lesbian activists join forces with the National Union of Mineworkers to raise money to support the strikers' families. 

The team from Completada Bailable

Completada Bailable is a new Spanish language program featuring analysis, arts and culture, music and poetry. A feast for your ears, the program will showcase content from the local Latin American community of artists, musicians and poets. Grassroots, edgy and fun - Completada Bailable Wednesday evenings 6.30-7.30pm on 855AM, 3CR Digital and streaming live. Or catch up in your own time via their program page - Completada Bailable.

Donate to Radiothon

It's not too late to donate to the 3CR 'Radio for Change' Radiothon. Make your payment before Friday 30 June and get your tax deductible receipt ready for tax time. Call the station during business hours on 03 9419 8377 or jump online at www.3cr.org.au/donate Get a legal, legitimate tax deduction while supporting radical, independent media.

Wednesday 6:30pm to 7:30pm
Weekly Spanish language program of analysis, arts and culture, music and poetry. The focus is on content from the local Latin American community of artists, musicians and poets. Grassroots, edgy and fun.
Bill the Greek and 3CR Station Manager Rachel Kirby

Monday Greek presenter Vasilis Papaioannu (pictured with Station Manager Rachel Kirby) brought in over $5,000 worth of donations from his community this week. 'It's hard, but it's always such a pleasure to raise money to support the good work of 3CR', says Vasilis, known around the station as Bill the Greek. Have you chipped in? 3CR's 'Radio for Change' Radiothon is on now until Sunday 18 June. Donate online or call the station during business hours on 03 9419 8377. (Pictured: Radiothon poster from 1986!)

Aziza Hussein - Nile Show

This week we launch Radio for Change Radiothon 2017! At 6.30pm Aziza Hussein (pictured) takes to the airwaves with  this year's first Radiothon program - Nile Show. Tune in for a rousing start to our 2-week Radiothon fundraiser - and most importantly call the station and make your pledge 03 9419 8377. In 2017 3CR is Radio for Change and we ask all our supporters to donate so that we can stay radical and independent.

Lady Lash - 3CR Fundraiser

Come and party with Greek Resistance Bulletin at our Alternative Hip Hop Party! Featuring Curse Ov Dialect, MC Izzy Brown, and MC Lady Lash (pictured). Saturday 17 June, Bar 303, 303 High Street, Northcote, doors open at 8pm for a 8.30pm show. Tickets are $10 waged / $7 unwaged at the door. Every Tuesday at 10pm, Greek Resistance Bulletin brings you news from the social movements of Greece in English and Greek. News from the anti-fascist and anti-racist front and news of actions and political initiatives from below. Show your support!

Radiothon 2017

The corporate media is in crisis. We've always known that corporate media owners prioritise profit over the service of independent journalism, and that this has dire consequences for democracy and social justice. 3CR was formed 41 years ago to counter capitalist media, and we are delivering radio for the people, by the people. In 2017 3CR is Radio for Change. Radio for Change aims to capture the global mood of resistance, and during our annual Radiothon fundraiser we ask all our supporters to donate so that we can stay radical and independent. (Artwork by Aysha Tufa).

Afrika Speaks Back
On Sunday 28 May the Pan Afrikan Poets Cafe presents Afrika Speaks Back, a pop up matinee of poetry, reggae and performance at Afro Hub, 727, Nicholson Street, North Carlton. From 2-5pm the live event will also be broadcast on 3CR, so join us for a transformative afternoon of celebration. Afrika Speaks Back is a free event, funded by the City of Yarra Community Grants Program, curated and hosted by Sista Zai Zanda and featuring renowned storyteller Alia Gabres and an incredible line up of new and emerging artists. Bookings are essential. Check out the Facebook page for details.

Photo caption: Afrika Speaks Back artists. Back Row (L-R, profile) Elizabeth Etta, Sha Gaze. Back Row (forward) Chido. Middle Row (L-R) Bella Universe, Ntombi Moyo, Christopher J Walker. Front Row: (L-R) Brownsugababe, Sista Zai Zanda. Produced by Ntombi Moyo, photographed by Ashlyn Farenden at The Photo Studio Australia. 
Friday 12:30am to 1:30am
Psychogeographic, journalistic radio decollage portal to sonic personifiication. Featuring discussion, research and music involving intersectional sound art, demystifying tech from a feminist perspective.