Justice for Refugees and Asylum Seekers, Teaching in a Pandemic, 'Still Here, Now': A Celebration of First Nations Cultures and Connections, Celeste Liddle: Greens Candidate for Cooper

Tuesday, 25 January 2022 - 7:00am to 8:30am
Image: Tarryn Love, Ancestors , alam meem
Tuesday Breakfast 25th January 2022

Invasion Day Virtual Dawn Service
3CR Invasion Day Broadcast
Anaiwan #LandBack Campaign

Jess from Fight Together for Justice joins us to speak about the protests outside Park Hotel Prison in Carlton, Naarm. Jess speaks about the origins of the grassroots movement and the ongoing cruelty of the Australian Government towards refugees and asylum seekers locked inside the prison. Jess also talks about the online inductions being held this week for anyone who is interested in joining FTFJ. // Insta: @fighttogetherforjustice Twitter: @FtfjNaarm Linktree: linktr.ee/stfjnaarm
Tara is a secondary school teacher and VCE/VCAL leader and joins us to share her reflections on teaching and guiding senior students through 2020 and 2021. Tara gives us an insight into the daily chaos of being an educator in the pandemic where rules and policies change suddenly. Tara also shares her thoughts on the return to onsite teaching as well as on the State Government's new rules regarding contact tracing, testing and isolating. //
Jahkarli Romanis is a proud Pitta Pitta woman and Naarm-based artist and researcher and joins the show to speak about the exhibition, 'Still Here, Now' at Platform Gallery. The exhibition showcases works created and curated by First Nations women who all have a connection to Wadawurrung Country in some way. Jahkarli speaks about what the phrase 'Still Here, Now' means to her as well as the power and impact of Professor Chelsea Watego's poem, 'Dear Ancestor'. //
Celeste Liddle is an Arrente woman living and working on unceded Wurundjeri lands. She is a trade unionist, a freelance opinion writer and social commentator, and she is also the nominated Victorian Greens candidate to run in the seat of Cooper in the next Federal Election. Celeste joins us today to speak about her reasons for running as a candidate in the upcoming election and shares her thoughts on the Aboriginal Flag copyright being purchased by and transferred to the Federal Government.//
Oumou Sangaré - Aya Nakamura
Les Fleurs - Minnie Riperton
Come Back - Barkaa, Mi-kaisha