Tuesday Breakfast
Tuesday Breakfast
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Acting Up! and environmental laws, Underfoot Track 2: Swamp meat salt and Professor Jayashri Kulkarni on the link between reproductive hormones and mental health

Acknowledgement of country//  7:05 am Genevieve gives intro // 7.15 am We incorperate 3CR program, Acting up; Resistance radio that explores the movements that made us, drawing from the activist archives through to voices of resistance today. Incorperates an interview with Judith Pepard and an interview with Robert Fowler, who is an Adjunct Professor in Environmental Law from the University of South Australia, speaking about more environmental decline likely as Federal government seeks to devolve responsibility to the states // 7.45 am We include Track 2 of the Underfoot series, titles Swamp Meat Salt. Underfoot is a series of virtual audio tours by Liz Crash and Jinghua Qian uncovering the secret histories of Footscray. Track 2; A river chokes on blood, fish choke on water, and a town chokes on resentment. Welcome to Stinkopolis, Worst Smellbourne, for a story about industry, water, and class war.  // 7:55am Genevieve speaks to Professor Jayashri Kulkarni, who is a Professor of Psychiatry, at The Alfred and Monash University. She’s also the founder and director of the Monash Alfred Psychiatry Research Centre (MAPrc): a large group - dedicated to discovering new treatments, new understanding and new services for people with a range of mental illnesses.Jayashri speaks about the link between mental health and reproductive hormones. In particular, the impact of hormonal contraception, on mental health// SONGS:May December - Mos DefSuff Daddy (feat Ill Camille) - Magic

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