Posts Tagged ‘Melbourne’

We saw this on a back of a car near our place recently.

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Nick is joined by Lottie to discuss Melbourne’s lockdown – what it was like, implications for work and life generally going forward, and our evaluation of how the Andrews government has handled the pandemic.

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The Lonely IslandYOLO’, LowkeyGhosts of Grenfell 2’.

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Katie happened to be at the same Convention Centre as the IMARC (International Mining and Resources Conference) conference as she was at a union health and safety event. She gives a first-hand account of the #BlockadeIMARC actions protesting those attending the conference and profiting from the destruction of the environment.

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  • Article on the Victorian state government giving $900,000 to the animal agricultural industry to get their message out.

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Lagwagon ‘Cog in the Machine’, NOFX ‘Generation Z’.

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Michael Palmyre giving his talk ‘Are We Using Design to Make the World a Less Valuable Place?’, which is featured on this episode.

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This episode features a talk by designer and anthropologist Michael Palmyre: ‘Are We Using Design to Make the World a Less Valuable Place?’. You can watch this talk here and it is also embedded below.

We’re also joined by Mike for an additional discussion on some background for the talk, the importance of challenging dominant narratives and ideologies, and the all-important Sydney versus Melbourne debate.

This discussion continues on episodes 197 and 198, focusing on reactions to the talk and elaborating on some of the themes covered.

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MarthaPrecarious (The Supermarket Song)’, Michael PalmyreAre We Using Design to Make the World a Less Valuable Place?’, Gil-Scot Heron ‘New York is Killing Me’.

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Image from Slack Bastard’s blog: http://slackbastard.anarchobase.com/?p=38609

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We’re back with a new episode featuring Coggo from the Melbourne Street Medic Collective. Covered on the episode is: background on the fascist Reclaim Australia movement and why it is important to oppose them, links between the current demonisation of Muslims and historical Jewish oppression, the Campaign Against Racism and Fascism, police violence against medics and anti-fascist protesters at the recent counter-rally in Melbourne, Melbourne Activist Legal Support, the Melbourne Anarchist Bookfair, and we encourage people to support the Melbourne Street Medics crowd funding campaign.

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Bright EyesOld Soul Song (for the New World Order)’, Chumbawamba with MC Fusion from Credit to the NationEnough is Enough’.

You can listen to a short (9 minute) version of this episode, which features a shortened version of Coggo’s report back on the violence at the anti-fascist counter rally, below. You can subscribe to these short versions of our episodes through Omny.