Folole Asueao Sagele Tupuola from the Pacific Climate Warriors speaks to Rosie from Thursday Breakfast. They discuss COP26 and the need for climate justice led by Indigenous communities around the world. This interview originally aired on 3CR Thursday Breakfast on 28th October 2021.
Zoe Milah DeJesus, Puerto Rican-American visual artist, speaks to Kannagi about her upcoming exhibition, 'Sad World!'. Zoe's work is driven by her desire to carve out a space in the world that accurately represents who she is and to create diversity in what it means to be a woman of colour. She uses simple forms, abstraction and surrealism to tell the stories of her mind and deliver a social commentary.
Farhana Yamin, internationally recognised environmental lawyer, climate change and development policy expert, speaks toDemocracy Now's Amy Goodman and Nermeen Shaikh. Yamin is currently working with the Climate Vulnerable Forum, a group that represents 48 of the countries most threatened by the climate crisis, at the U.N. climate summit in Glasgow. This interview originally aired on Democracy Now on 4th November 2021.
Leah Ward, one of the organisers of Slutwalk 2021 and co-founder of Feminists United Australia speaks to Evie about the upcoming virtual rally on 3CR. Content warning: This interview contains references to sexual assault and harassment.