Tuesday Breakfast

NAIDOC week, Dr Chelsea Watego, carceral feminism and coercive control, Leticia Anderson and CRT and Hannah Yared and race in schools

Headlines NAIDOC week - "Heal Country!"Beyond the Bars on 3CR Police crackdown in FootscrayGenevieve speaks with Leticia Anderson, who is a Lecturer in Humanities at Southern Cross University and specialises in research on race, cultural and social inclusion in Australian society and on culturally inclusive and community engaged education and training. They discuss Critical Race Theory and recent events in Federal Parliament where The Senate has voted to reject critical race theory from the national curriculumWe speak to Dr Chelsea Watego, a Munanjahli and South Sea Islander woman, whose work has drawn attention to the role of race in the production of health inequalities. We discuss carceral feminism and the implications of criminalising coercive control for Indigenous women.Phuong speaks with Hannah Yared, a psychologist and PhD candidate at Monash University. Her PhD research examines race and racism in Australian schools. Specifically, her research explores children and young people's racial literacy, experiences of racism and how this connects with their racial identity and sense of school belonging.SongsThe Merindas - We Sing Until SunrisePlease U - Becca Hatch ft Planet Vegeta

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