Local Communities

Life is waiting - fundraiser

The Breakfast teams are holding a film screening Fundraiser on Saturday 13 October, 5.30pm for a 6pm start. LOOP Project Space & Bar, 23 Meyers Pl, Narrm (Melbourne). Come along to the screening of Life Is Waiting: Referendum and Resistance in Western Sahara, followed by a post-show live panel discussion featuring Kamal Fadel from the Australian Western Sahara Association and Tarneen Onus-Williams, Yigar-Gunditjmara, Bindal, Yorta Yorta, Dja Dja Wurrung and Torres Strait Islander community organiser and writer. Tickets are $15 waged, $5 unwaged, at the door. Facebook event 

3CR Film Fundraiser

Bring your friends for a movie night out at 3CR’s screening of the new political comedy ‘Pride’ on Thursday 6 November. Set in the Margaret Thatcher’s England in the summer of 84, ‘Pride’ is the story of how a London-based group of gay and lesbian activists join forces with the National Union of Mineworkers to raise money to support the strikers' families. 

Radiothon is coming ...

We’re getting ready to launch 3CR’s Radiothon … support ‘Community Powered Radio’ in June 2021! We’re so proud of our supporters and can’t wait to hear from you all as we raise critical funds to keep the station going for another year. Tax deductible and for the community, YOUR donation will power independent community media that drives dissent and creates change. Artwork by Sam Wallman

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Community information, opinion and interviews with community members from a First Nations perspective, including discussions on cultural healing and inter-generational trauma.
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Every year 3CR joins communities around the world in celebrating the achievements of the labour movement, and to show solidarity with the continued struggle for labour rights and fair working conditions for everyone. Tune in from 7am on Saturday 1 May to hear unique workplace perspectives from Aboriginal communities protecting and rehabilitating country, Palestinian workers rights, the history of May Day, campaign updates, community events and much much more. Details here

3CR Annual Report 2020

Well, 2020 really was a remarkable year! It’s been great to reflect on the incredible strength and resilience of our incredible community radio station in the face of a global pandemic. Read all about it in our 2020 Annual report, and don’t forget to continue to support us where and when you can.

Stop Aboriginal Deaths in Custody Rally 10 April 1pm

It’s 30 years since the Royal Commission released its final report into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody. Since then, the deaths have continued, and there’s still no justice. Legendary broadcaster Robbie Thorpe will host a live broadcast TODAY from the National Day of Action – Stop Aboriginal Deaths in Custody – Black Lives Matter rally from 1-2pm. We encourage listeners to attend on the steps of Parliament House, Melbourne, but if you can’t, tune in for live coverage. Listen live. 

Binary Busting Broadcast

MISSED IT? Audio now available here.
On Sunday 21 March, we'll be presenting a Binary Busting Broadcast, 7 hours of trans and gender diverse radio in the lead up to the 2021 Transgender Day of Visibility. Tune in from 12-7pm to hear from a diverse range of trans and gender-diverse programmers covering transgender art, music, culture, politics, wellbeing and resilience, aimed towards troubling and busting the western gender binary. Towards a trans day of audibility! Full details here, or head to the Facebook event page. Artwork by Fury. Image description: Continuous line-drawing on pastel background in a flowing motion of a person with long hair gazing downwards and holding a cat. 

The Good Immigrant
Thursday 6:30pm to 7:00pm
An Anatolian eco-feminist approach to dismantling the toxic misconception of “The Good Immigrant".
International Women's Day 2021

When you think about radical leadership who comes to mind? Who are the bold and fearless leaders whose politics encompass women and gender diverse people? Whose work centres Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people because they understand our freedom is tied to Aboriginal sovereignty? A COVID-19 world shone a light on the stark differences between rich and poor, employed and unemployed, black and white.