Tuesday Breakfast
Tuesday Breakfast
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Resilience and First Nations people, Cathy Fournier and Indigenous identity, Research into women's criminalisation and remand, and Eda Seyhan and Mahalla organisation

Acknowledgement of country// Introduction// Alternative News: Genevieve discusses resilience, and how important it is to reflect on groups like First Nations people, who have shown great resilience in the face of trauma, especially in tough times when 'Karens' walk among us. // Cultural survival's Indigenous Radio talk to Indigneous Canadian, Cathy Fournier about how reconnecting with her Indegenous identity and holistic health methods, helped her in her battle with cancer// Carly from Thursday Breaky interviews Dr Emma Russel and Jill Fawkner about their recent report that Fitzroy Legal Service just published based on their research into women's criminalisation and remand. The link to the report is here: https://www.fitzroy-legal.org.au/publications// Lauren interviews Eda Seyhan, a lawyer and human rights researcher, working on policing and national security, and one of the founding organisers of Mahalla.  Mahalla is a creative and inclusive community hub for the Middle Eastern & Anatolia diasporas in Melbourne, and the best way to find them is on Instagram at @mahallamelbourne// SONGS// Hoodboi - Glide (ft Tkay Maidza)noname - Don't forget about meErykah Badu - Fall in Love (your funeral)Rayana Jay - Too Good

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