Tune in on Saturday 3 December for 12 hours of programming on the International Day of People with Disability. This year we’re talking about REST as a necessity for our survival, the ways disabled people are habitually denied both rest and income, reflections on disabled rest and joy, disabled Indigenous anticapitalist futures, and so much more. Universal access to rest, to wellness, to life, is Disability Justice. Check out the full program grid here.
Image description: a graphic with a campfire burning in the dark and the words "Rest is SURVIVAL" in large print above it. To the side are the words "3CR Community Radio", and the words of a poem by Renay Barker Mulholland that read
"for every beat a rest
for every shadow cast a light
for every action a reaction
rest is not wasted time
it is survival”
This Sunday 20 January tune into a live broadcast at 12 til 1pm from the commemoration of the two freedom fighters Tunnerminnerwait and Maulboyheenner who were executed 177 years ago.
The Tunnerminnerwait and Maulboyheenner Commemoration Committee will hold a public ceremony to honour the indigenous people who during the colonisation process, were killed for protecting their lands, their families, their culture and a way of life they had practised for over 40,000 years.The commemoration will take place at the Tunnerminnerwait & Maulboyheenner monument on the corner of Victoria and Franklin Streets, Melbourne.
Hear our live broadcast on 855AM, Digital 3CR, or streaming at www.3cr.org.au/streaming.
3CR wishes our listeners and supporters all the best for a relaxing summer break, and looks forward to a year of political action and change in 2019. But remember, there's no need to change that dial! Listen up this summer for some great radio ... from psychedelic music to feminist perspectives - environmental blockading to rebel girls and wicked women ... and much, much more. Listen live, or listen back at your leisure - check out all the programming details and listen back to shows you may have missed here.
Join 3CR's Human Rights Day broadcast on Monday 10 December.
7am - 2pm and across the day with Monday Breakfast, Women on the Line, Mujeres Latinoamericanas, The Black Block, Doin Time, Beyond Zero Emissions Community and special guests.
7.00 – 8.30am Monday Breakfast: Human Rights focus
International Day of People with a Disability is coming up on Monday 3 December and we have an exciting lineup of advocates, artists and radical disabled activists for our dedicated 12-hour broadcast. We will be featuring live performances from singer/songwriter Heidi Everett and the amazingly talented cast of Not Normal from the Melbourne Fringe Festival. You will also hear some familiar voices with special episodes of Chronically Chilled, Billabong Beats, Doin' Time, Raising Our Voices and Brainwaves from our regular 3CR programmers. Tune in from 7am-7pm on Monday 3 December to help us fight for the choices and rights of disabled people.
Tune in for Live Broadcast 4am -6am Monday 3 December from the Eureka Dawn Ceremony at the site of the Eureka Massacre (Cnr Stawell and Eureka Sts Ballarat). As part of the day long series of events organised by the Anarchist Media Institute commemorating the 164th Anniversary of the Eureka Stockade massacre starting with the 4am dawn vigil, Eureka Awards ceremeny at Bakery Hill, a long march through the streets of Ballarat to the Old Ballarat Cemetery, a visit to the Museum of Australian Democracy at Eureka to see the Eureka Flag finally brought home to it’s origins in Eureka Park, the site of the Eureka Stockade; and concluding with a dinner at the Eureka Stockade Hotel. The Anarchist Media Institute has been holding Reclaim the Radical Spirit of the Eureka Rebellion Celebrations, in Ballarat on December 3rd, since 2002 reclaiming the historical revisionism and commercialisation.
In order to ensure that Public Housing is a significant issue at the Victorian State election, ‘Public Housing – Everybody’s Business’ will be holding a 10 day vigil from midday on Wednesday 14 November until midnight on election day, Saturday 24 November, on the steps of the Victorian Parliament.
Tune in to a series of programs broadcast live from the steps of parliament or join the broadcasts live at the vigil.
Anarchist World This Week: Wednesday 14 and 21 November 10-11am
Talkback With Attitude: Thursday 15 and 22 November 10 -11am. Instead of taking calls our presenters will be taking live talkback so please join them for this important rally or text 0488 809 855.
Roominations: Thursday 22 November 12 -1pm
Featuring... Hextape! Umbilical Tentacle! Axillism! Ballbusters! Lai! Somatized! Dance party after feat DJs including... Lost in Fog!! DJ Ponyboy!!! Melbourne Anarchist Club (MAC) 62 St Georges Rd, Northcote. 7pm Saturday 17 November to 5am Sunday . All ages $5-$10 entry! Held on the stolen lands of the Wurundjeri and Bunurong peoples of the Kulin Nation... sovereignty was never ceded and resistance is ongoing.
Join us for a night out at the movies! We are screening 'Bohemian Rhapsody', the Freddy Mecury biopic tracking Queen's meteoric rise through their iconic songs and revolutionary sound. Thursday 8 November, 6.20pm at the Palace Westgarth Cinemas, 89 High Street, Northcote. UPDATE... SOLD OUT! Thanks to everyone for your support you can collect booked tickets at the 3CR stall in the foyer of the Palace Westgarth.
Join us for the Beyond the Bars 2018 CD launch, Thursday 1 November 6.30-8.30pm at Maysar, Fitzroy Stars Gym (upstairs - accessible) on Gertrude Street. Guests, music and discussion on justice, incarceration and prison radio. All welcome. Light refreshments, beverages and free CDs. See you there!
The Breakfast teams are holding a film screening Fundraiser on Saturday 13 October, 5.30pm for a 6pm start. LOOP Project Space & Bar, 23 Meyers Pl, Narrm (Melbourne). Come along to the screening of Life Is Waiting: Referendum and Resistance in Western Sahara, followed by a post-show live panel discussion featuring Kamal Fadel from the Australian Western Sahara Association and Tarneen Onus-Williams, Yigar-Gunditjmara, Bindal, Yorta Yorta, Dja Dja Wurrung and Torres Strait Islander community organiser and writer. Tickets are $15 waged, $5 unwaged, at the door. Facebook event