International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN), Coded Singing Role in Resistance Against Oppression, Hume for Palestine

Wednesday, 20 March 2024 - 7:00am to 8:30am
A mother hugs her child painting
Acknowledgement of Country //
Headlines //
7.10am Sonia speaks with A/ Prof Tilman Ruff, co-founder and Australian chair of the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN) about their submission on AUKUS, a trilateral partnership between the UK, the US, and Australia.
7.30am Grace caught up with Serwa Naghshbandi, a Kurdish-Iranian independent scholar and educator, about her studies in the history music resistance, the role coded singing plays in activism and resistance against oppression, and as an act of survival. The conversation is in two parts and includes selected songs Serwa uses to explore coded singing and its impact.
7.45am In part two of Grace's interview with Serwa Naghshbandi, we hear more examples of coded singing, including some modern examples.
8.00am Camp Sovereignty update. Donate to the Elders transport fund for Camp Sovereignty's 18th anniversary event that occurred last week. 
8.10am Sonia speaks with Mercedes Zanker, a community organiser with Renegade Solidarity Audioforce and Hume for Palestine, about the community pickets outside HTA facility in Campbellfield to demand the cessation of work of weapons in the suburbs. The next community picket is happening Thu 21 Mar from 5am at HTA, 43B Lara Way, Campbellfield.
Songs //
Lucky / Omar Apollo
Body Positivity / Kids on TV
Cavalry / Mashrou' Leila