With Sarah, Bec and Emma and Lourdes
7:15am Sarah spoke to Greg Barber, Victorian Greens Leader about the recent cuts to public transport funding in the State Budget release on 7th of May.
7:30am Lourdes spoke with Jeannie Rea, National President of the NTEU on the $2.8 billion dollar funding cut to Universities, the impact on research and students, and the National Day of Action on May 14.
In Melbourne, university staff, students, trade unionists and members of the broader community will gather at the State Library at 2pm before marching to Federation Square as part of national protests occurring in all capital cities and some regional centres.
7.45am Emma spoke with author Judy Foster about her book Invisible Women of Prehistory, which argues that historically women’s status in society was much higher than it is now. The book is being launched tonight
8.15am Bec spoke to Mera Sivanesan from RISE about their professional anti-racism training
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