'Nothing to Hide': an anthology on Trans and Gender Diverse Australians, Trans identity and community in Singapore, BDS origins and Disrupt Land Forces

Tuesday, 30 August 2022 - 7:00am to 8:30am
'Nothing to Hide': a book by Yves Rees, Sam Elkin, Bobuq Sayed, Alex Gallagher

Headlines - Indian supreme court recognises different family units, including queer families - 29 August was equal pay day - Freedom Day Festival was this past weekend - Nursing and Midwifery studies to become free in Victoria next year - Victoria paying more than $1m a day to keep unsentenced prisoners in jail

We revisit a discussion that Emma Crunch from the Radioactive Show had with Margie Pestorius from Wage Peace about the upcoming Disrupt Land Forces event, which is a counter event to Land Forces. This conversation was originally aired on 27th August 2022.

We listen to Ayan Shirwa from Women on the Line speak with Dana Alshaer, a proud Palestinian about the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions.
Dr Yves Rees, writer, historian, podcaster and lecturer in history at La Trobe University, speaks with Kannagi about their new anthology, Nothing to Hide: voices of trans and gender diverse Australia.
Shan Menon, youth social worker and advocate with the transgender community in Singapore, speaks to Kannagi about his experience working with trans and LGBTQI+ youth and the effects that repealing Section 377A could have on mental health and societal views in Singapore.
  • Pip Millet - Try A Little Tenderness
  • Echo - Olivia Dean
  • Angie Mcmahon - Pasta
  • Joy Crookes - Feet Don't Fail Me Now
  • People I've Been Sad - Christine and the Queens