Warrior Woman Lane, Wuurn of Kanak, QR codes and COVID-19, Beyond the Bars 2020

Thursday, 12 November 2020 - 7:00am to 8:30am

 Acknowledgement of country


News headlines with Cait Kelly


Mother and daughter Savanna and Kim Kruger, members of the Warrior Woman Lane project working group, cousins of Lisa Bellear and part of her Melbourne Aboriginal community, speak to Priya about honouring Lisa Bellear's life and legacy. 


Arika Waulu (dey/dem), discusses their sovereign-led land-back initiative Wuurn of Kanak. Find out more and support the fundraiser here.


Fan Yang (she/her)  joins us to speak about QR codes, COVID and surveillance. Fan

 is a PhD candidate at school of communication and creative arts, Deakin University. She researches and publishes on Chinese technologies overseas and the effect of large-scale international social media platforms in terms of cross-jurisdictional tensions and expectations, and their cross-border effects on political activity and identity, surveillance and information privacy. 

Viv Malo joins us to discuss the 2020 Beyond the Bars CD launch, on air today from 2-3.30pm. This broadcast event will feature highlights from the July broadcasts and officially launch the 2020 CD. 

BTB is a 3CR community project designed to give Indigenous prisoners a voice. Encompassing music and spoken word workshops facilitated by Indigenous presenters from 3CR, the project then culminates in six radio shows broadcast live from regional Victorian prisons during NAIDOC Week July 8-12.  

Viv Malo presentsThe Black Block every Monday from 11am here on 3CR. Featuring local indigenous voices with unadulterated grass roots perspectives. Viv is part of the Beyond The bars production team.



Bumpy - Falling

DRMNGNOW (ft. Emily Wurramara) - Get Back To The Land

Bayang - Sugar Cane