This week we’re listening to poets, spoken word artists, activists and musicians who are changing hearts and minds with their art. Movements for change and justice come alive in the mouths of artists, and it’s a well known fact that a perfectly delivered rhyme can impart understanding in a way that a lecture never can.
The themes in this episode range from colonialism, climate change, Aboriginal sovereignty, nationalism, nuclear disaster, direct action and love on the frontlines.
Image: on Invasion Day 2016 (26 January) tram and bus-stop posters were replaced with pro-sovereignty messages across Melbourne.
This weeks' show is #1039 and was produced by Gem Romuld.
Teishan Ahearne, Kerri-Lee Harding, Bec Horridge and Nicky Stott.