Liberation Loops: Pod Mapping, Disability Justice and COVID-19, Manisha Anjali’s Electric Lotus

Thursday, 19 March 2020 - 7:00am to 8:30am

Acknowledgment of country


News headlines with Cait Kelly


We listen to Episode 2 of Liberation Loops, a 3CR mini series produced by Carly Baque. The series explores the different practices people are using to challenge the criminal legal system, how folks are already addressing violence in their own communities and some of the ways people are learning to heal from harm. This week Carly speaks with Dương Ocean Đặng about pod mapping. Ocean is a Vietnamese settler, therapist, supervisor and facilitator living and working on Jagera and Turrbal country. 


We speak with Pauline Vetuna, a Tolai (PNG) Melanesian writer, poet, artist and disability justice advocate. Pauline joins us on the show to talk about what disability justice looks like amidst the coronavirus pandemic.

We are joined by Manisha Anjali, a writer and artist working with text, performance and installation. Her practice and research explores narratives and languages of dreams and exile. Today Manisha joins us to speak about her newly published work, Electric Lotus (Incendium Radical Library Press, 2019).


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CLYPSO - Sidestep

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