Tuesday Breakfast

#March4Justice, The Radical History of IWD, ‘Why Did She Have to Tell the World?’ and Sasja Sydek's upcoming Midsumma performance

News Headlines - Three Indigenous deaths in custody in a week, Sarah Everard vigil in the UK (and violence against the Black community in the UK), burqa ban in Sri Lanka, and #March4Justice // Alternative News - We discuss the radical history of International Women’s Day and look closely at Alexandra Kollontai’s 1913 article ‘Women’s Day’ //  March 4 Justice Rally - We hear interviews from 3CR’s live cross to yesterday’s march in Naarm (Melbourne). We hear from Sue Bolton (Moreland City Councillor) and Tilde Joy (3CR Programmer from the Retail and Fast Food Workers Union) // 3CR ‘Out of the Pan’ - We play Sally Goldner’s interview with AP, creator of the documentary ‘Why Did She Have to Tell the World?’ The documentary is about Francesca Curtis and Phyllis Papps who came out as lesbians on national TV 50 years ago // Interview - Genevieve speaks to Sasja Sydek (from 3CR’s Behind Closed Doors) who discusses her upcoming spoken word performance ‘Let Me Get Something Off My Chest’ appearing at this year’s Midsumma Festival. // SongsMilyakburra - Emily Wurramara The Eyes - Ms Thandi

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