Featuring the latest in activist campaigns and struggles against oppression fighting for a better world with anti-capitalist analysis on current affairs and international politics.
Presenters: Jacob Andrewartha, Chloe DS
Report-back of the Rising Tide speaking tour in Naarm/Melbourne that took place on Wednesday 30 August which was building support for a mobilisation of The People's Blockade of the World's Largest Coal Port from November 24 to November 27.
Discussion of the upcoming Voice to Parliament referendum on October 14 this year and highlighting of some of the coverage that Green Left has covered on the voice prioritising First Nation's voices on sovereignty and justice.
Interviews and Discussions
Callum Simpson, worker at University of Melbourne and branch committee member from National Tertiary Education Union joins the program to discuss the week-long strike being lead by the NTEU Melbuni branch against management and their demands for 80% permanent staff, fairer workloads, and for a pay rise above inflation. You can listen to the individual interview here.
Green Left interview with Kristin O'Connell from the Antipoverty Centre about the housing crisis, what Labor is doing and common sense solutions. You can view the interview here.
Rebecca Lhouvum, a member of the Kuki-Zo community from Manipur in India, currently living in Melbourne joins the program to discuss the situation in Manipur where members of the Kuki-Zo community have being subjected to extreme ethnic violence at the hands of hindu extremist organisations. You can listen to the individual interview here.
Growth by Nataanii Means
Igam hilou ham by Various Artists
Green Left Weekly Radio Collective