Salaam Jasmine !

Sunday, 6 November 2022 - 4:00pm to 6:00pm
bendigo st film

On this show Marroushti and Jahan chat to Jasmine Barzani, about her latest initiatives including Bendigo St film, Translation4Jina website and the upcoming  Aywa x Liminal Rave/Fundraiser for Iran scheduled on the 12th of Novemeber 2022.  


Jasmine Barzani is a Rojhelati troublemaker based in Naarm. She’s an anti-fascist, prison abolitionist, no borders activist, and a Criminology student at Melbourne University. Jasmine’s worked with, and supports groups including Flat Out, Food Not Bombs, Animal Friends Jogjakarta, 3CR Community Radio, Needle n Bitch, Médecins Sans Frontières, and HUSK. Her work explores radical ideas in accessible and autonomous mediums. She’s currently working on an auto-ethnography of pre-trial incarceration during Covid-19 in Naarm, and a documentary film called Bendigo Street which discusses the coloniality of our housing system. Jasmine’s supports the Boycott Divest Sanctions movement, she's a steering group member for the Homes not Prisons campaign, and she Pay’s the Rent.


Here are some links to watch out for 

@131.2limfm ; @aywa_syndicate ; @bendigost

Sunday 4:00pm to 6:00pm
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