Philippines Australia Solidarity Association, Black Palestinian Solidarity Conference 2019, Community Accountability, Amao Leota Lu

Thursday, 23 January 2020 - 7:00am to 8:30am

Acknowledgement of Country

May Kotsakis - co-chairperson of PASA (Philippines Australia Solidarity Association). PASA is a cause oriented organisation of Filipinos and non-Filipinos. We often hear about the so called 'war on drugs' in the Philippines. May joins us to talk about the real impacts on peoples lives, how the rhetoric is used to justify state violence and the impacts on activists and human rights advocates in standing up to state oppression

The Black-Palestinian Solidarity Conference Melbourne 2019 - a convergence of ideas, art and transnational solidarity contesting settler nationalisms which took place at Melbourne Uni from the 6th-8th November 2019. Featuring 2 Professor John Maynard,The Other Fellow: Aboriginal and Palestinian Political Resistance.  

Community Accountability. Carly speaks with Michelle Dang  – part of a new series speaking with Councillors and community based facilitators about the creative possibilities that people use in communities to address interpersonal violence. What are the tools and vision we can use to keep communities safe.

Amao Leota Lu  - Narrm-based Samoan fa'afafine / trans advocate of colour activist, speaker, performer and storyteller on her journey with her extended Rainbow family through the highs and lows, tears and laughter – embracing the notion "You’re welcome at our table."  On tonight as part of Midsumma 2020



Krown - Catch a Vibe

Baker Boy and JessB - Meditjin

Alice Skye - I Feel Better But I Don't Feel Good


The Merindas - Before Daylight