Tuesday Breakfast
Tuesday Breakfast
Avsnitt

Meditation in pandemic times, Carly Dobber and climate activism, Laila Yaqoobi and Road to Refugee, Katie Robertson and 'Make a Fuss'

Acknowledgement of country// Introduction// Alternative news: We all know about mediation but there is still such a reluctance to try it out. This week Geneveive explores what meditation is, the benefits, the history and why it's so important during this lockdown// Lauren speaks to Carly Dober, a psychologist and climate activist, about effective activism during a global pandemic// Zoya speaks to Laila Yaqoobi about the importance of refugee stories. Laila is a nursing student and a volunteer at Road to Refuge; an organisation that supports refugees and asylum seekers to use creative storytelling as a means to advocate for themselves and their communities// Genevieve speaks to Kate Robinson, about feminism and her new project titled "Make a Fuss". Kate is a family violence lawyer and the feminist in residence at teh Queen Victoria Women's Market. Her upcoming craftivism project titled “Make a Fuss”, will be a collection of crowd sourced feminist art from women and gender non-conforming people, housed at the Queen Victoria Women’s Centre// SONGS// Ezra Collective (feat TY) - Chapter 7Khruangbin - Dearest AlbertOumou Sangaré (ft. Tony Allen) - Yere FagaBahamadia - Spontaneity 

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