Ruth Katerelos and Queerspace, Sarah Hill from YCWA and new web series 'Reflect. Grow. Thrive', Amy McQuire, First Nations People and representation in the media, and Underfoot Track 3: Labour in Vain

Tuesday, 8 September 2020 - 7:00am to 8:30am

Acknowledgement of country// 


7:05 am Intro and current affirs with Genevieve, Zoya and Madison //


7.15 am Zoya interviews Ruth Katerelos from Queerspace, for their regular chat about Queerspace and how the support the Queer community, and what Queerspace is doing to adapt to pandemic times //


7.35 am Lauren talks to Sarah Hill, Young Women’s Development Manager at the YWCA about their new web series titled 'Reflect. Grow. Thrive’. The series will run in the week leading up to International Day of the Girl (11 October), and features notable guest speakers including Nayuka Gorrie, Carly Findlay, Manal Younus, Amy Thunig, Elizabeth Wright, Rae Cooper, Lucille Cutting and Nkechi Anele //


7:45 am Madison speaks to Amy Mcguire about Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders representation in the media. Amy is a a Darumbal and South Sea Islander woman from Rockhampton in central Queensland. She is currently completing a PhD at the University of Queensland into media representations of violence against Aboriginal women. She is also a freelance writer and journalist. //


8.10 am We hear Track 3: Labour in Vain in the 'Undefoot' series. Underfoot is a series of virtual audio tours by Liz Crash and Jinghua Qian uncovering the secret histories of Footscray. Two old friends, both long-time Footscray residents, bring an intimate lens to local history as we travel through the archives looking for people like us: queers, migrants, radicals and artists. Track 3: chats about settler nativism, anti-Chinese campaigns, arts and gentrification, and the grotesque fantasy of a white Australia //



Nao (feat Lianne La Havas) - Woman

Mahalia (feat Ella Fai)- What You Did

SZA - Supermodel