Thursday Breakfast

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


Scheherazade Bloul, Katia Lallo and Em Castle


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About Thursday Breakfast

January 17th 2019

Summer Series - Revisiting critical conversations from 2018

Acknowledgement of Country

7:00am SONG: Cheikh Lo Degg Gui feat. Flavia Coelho & Fixi, Cheiko Lo

7:05am Gabby Alamin, Saharawi member of Australian Western Sahara Association, talks about Morocco's colonisation of the Saharawi people and the film Rifles or Graffiti

7:17am Racerage, an emerging politi-cute queer post-internet rapper based on Wurundjeri country.

SONG: Racerage: Burn

SONG: Racerage: Violence and Sapphires

7:35am Jules Kim, CEO of Scarlett Alliance talking about the problems with the My Health Record system (centralised online summary of your key health information), including how the current opt-out system will affect sex workers. NOTE since the interview the OPT OUT period has been extended to Jan 31st  2019

7:52am: Andre Dao, writer, lawyer, editor and co- founder of Behind the Wire, about the Manus Recording Project Collective and the work 'How are you today?' which was on  the Ian Potter Museum of Art In 2018

SONG : The Merindas  - We Sing Until Sunrise

SONG: Sophiegrophy Purple Swag

8:15am: African American writer, editor, and transgender rights activist, Raquel Willis was in Melbourne town for FLCC’s Transforming Democracy 2018  and joined 3CR Breakfast  over a number of weeks for a broad discussion of rights including colonisation, race, gender and abolition.  At the time of interview she was a national organizer for the Transgender Law Center. Raquel is now the executive editor of Out Magazine.


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