Tuesday Breakfast

Defend Louise's Home, Anniversary of Stonewall, Indefinite Detention & AJL20, Blak-Palestinian Poetry Night, and Saving Channel 31

Headlines Astrazeneca now available to under 40sPrivate Schools reap millions through JobKeeper schemeAnniversary of Stonewall RiotsEvie speaks to Sean a renter in Thornbury to provide an update about the campaign to keep Louise home. Louise Goode, a 65 year old Thornbury neighbour, has been forcibly evicted from her home and forced into homelessness since February this year by Common Equity Housing Ltd (CEHL), who call themselves "a social housing co-op".In Ya Face presenter James McKenzie speaks with veteran queer activist Alison Thorne about Radical Women's inclusive celebration of the anniversary of Stonewall: 'Feminism, Transgender Liberation and the Stonewall Rebellion'.Phuong speaks with Ruby from the Refugee Action Coalition about the High Court's decision to uphold the government's appeal against AJL20, which had released a Syrian refugee whose detention was found unlawful. The 4-3 decision has found that indefinite administrative detention is lawful.We play some poetry by Samah Sabawi from the Blak Palestinian Poetry night was organized by Sara Saleh, Jeanine Hourani from Road to Refuge and featured a line up of insipiring and estremly talented poets and writers.Phuong speaks with Lauren Colosimo from Channel 31 about the recent vote in the House of Representatives last Wednesday, which saw their license extended until 2024 and also the importance of community television.SongsMo'ju - Put it on holdEmma Donovan - My GoodnessLes Nubians - Makeda

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