Tuesday Breakfast

Tuesday 7:00am to 8:30am
Current affairs, media analysis, alternative media.


Odile Gotts, Ania Anderst and Nicole Curby


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About Tuesday Breakfast

15th April 2014

with Ania, Odile and Nicole


7:15 Ania interviewed Rebecca Dodd, the Australian Red Cross Manager for International Humanitarian Law about the origins and meaning of the Red Cross, the Red Crescent and the Red Lion and Sun, and the consequences of misuse.

7:30 Nicole spoke about upcoming exhibition at Blak Dot, Indigenous run art gallery in Brunswick East. The Gallery is putting on an exhibition in response to proposed changes to the Racial Discrimination Act.

7:45 Sarah Taylor and Katie Tucker came into the studio to talk about a fundraising fashion swap they're holding next Thursday night at Bar Nancy in Northcote at 7pm. The event, part of fashion revolution day, is raising awareness about the exploitation of overseas clothing workers. They will be screening a music video they made and there will be performances from other musicians. For more information go to

8:10 Jacob Tolo, co-founder of Blak Dot Gallery gave us details of the Thursday evening opening of an exhibition in response to the changes to the Racial Discrimination Act.

8:15am  In early April the Supreme Court ruled that in NSW, Norrie, an individual who identifies neither as man nor woman, could officially identify as gender non-specific. Ania spoke with Morgan Carpenter from OII (Organisation Intersex International Australia) about what this means for the intersex people in Australia, critiques of the mainstream media's coverage of the Norrie case, and what the intersex community is up to today.



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