RISE Refugee's Student Walk Out, Melbourne Queer Film Festival, Delays in Citizenship Applications and Women leaving ISIS

Tuesday, 26 February 2019 - 7:00am to 8:30am

Tuesday Breakfast 26 Feb 2019 

7.00 am  Acknowledgement of Country

7.05 am News Headlines 

7.30 am Abdul Baig, RISE member, director and ex-detainee, joins us on the line to discuss Australia's oppressive detention system and RISE's upcoming event, the Student Walk Out on March the 6th. #studentwalkout #EndDetention #Sanction Australia #ChristmasIsland #medivacbill 

7.50 am Kirrilee Bailey, an award-winning screenwriter and director, joins us in the studio to discuss their short film, Great Again and its screening at Melbourne Queer Film Festival later this March.

8.10 am Kris Pavlidis, Chairperson of Ethnic Communities' Council of Victoria joins us to discuss the troubling delays in citizenship applications.

8.30 am Hamile Ibrahim is a Black settler on Kulin lands whose writing/work is informed by her love and passion for the liberation and emancipation of Black folk across the globe, in particular Black femme folk and all those that love us (Black folks). Hamile join us during alternative news to discuss the case of Hoda Muthana and the role gender and race play in the public's perception of her.

song: Who’s Lovin You

artist: Jackson 5 

song: Pretty 

artist: Barro 

song: Change 

artist:P-UniQue and Krown (Produced by IAMMXO) 

song: A Change is Gonna Come

artist: Sam Cooke

song: Nobody Knows the Trouble I’ve Seen

artist: Sam Cooke