Posts Tagged ‘racism’

Image from the NYT article linked to below.

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This show features speeches from the Melbourne Blak Lives Matter rally – the recording is thanks to 3CR Community Radio. We also discuss how significantly the Black Lives Matter movement has changed public opinion in the US and beyond, drawing on The New York Times article ‘How Public Opinion Has Moved on Black Lives Matter’ by Nate Cohn and Kevin Quealy.

Another topic covered is Australia’s racist history, which included slavery.

Other podcasts covering this movement:

Clips:

Sesame Street explain Black Lives Matter – we got the audio from Late Night with Seth Meyers, ‘Cornel West Explains the Protests’ – from the Bernie Sanders YT Channel, Speeches from the Melbourne Blak Lives Matter rally – recording from 3CR Community Radio, Jimblah and Ellie May ‘Black Life Matters’.

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Family and friends of Tanya Day, who died while in police custody.
Photograph: Julian Smith/AAP.

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A coroner investigating the death in custody of Aboriginal woman Tanya Day has referred the case to the department of public prosecutions to determine whether criminal negligence has occurred. On this show we play a speech by Tanya Day’s daughter Apryl Day on the racism responsible for her mother’s death and the problems with police investigating police.

Links:

Clips:

Treaty ’18 ft Baker Boy – Yothu Yindi & Gavin Campbell, Invasion Day speech by Apryl Day, Thelma PlumBetter in Blak’.

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We discuss the powerful documentary The Final Quarter which covers the racism that AFL footballer Adam Goodes received at the end of his career. You can watch this documentary here.

Further sources relevant to this documentary and the treatment of Adam Goodes:

  • Professor Tim Soutphommasane: ‘Racism is the cause of division, anti-racism is what we need to combat it’ – analysis of The Final Quarter (video).
  • GO Foundation: Adam Goodes and Mick O’Loughlin started GO to give Indigenous students a better future through education.

We also discuss Waleed Aly’s article ‘Trump’s racist tweets have parallels to the abuse of Adam Goodes’; the talk ‘White Fragility’ by Robin DiAngelo; Miranda Tapsell and Nakkiah Lui on Series 2, Episode 8 of Get Krack!n; and studies showing widespread bias based on race (US, Australia) and gender.

Clips:

Treaty ’18 ft Baker Boy – Yothu Yindi & Gavin Campbell, Aamer Rahman ‘Adam Goodes’, The Final Quarter ‘Waleed Aly reacts’, Plasmo ‘Episode 10: Balance in the Universe’, Warumpi Band ‘Black Fella White Fella’, Guardian News ‘US house condemns Trump over racist comments’, Treaty ’18 ft Baker Boy – Yothu Yindi & Gavin Campbell.

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Andrew Bolt reacts to Adam Goodes.

Image from theconversation.com

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We discuss the white supremacist terrorist attack in Christchurch, Aotearoa (New Zealand) including playing an interview with author, lawyer and human rights activist Qasim Rashid from Democracy Now!

We focus on the importance of challenging Islamophobia and racism all along the spectrum of discrimination and violence (pictured below), and not only at the most extreme and horrific end. This spectrum of violence/discrimination can be used to understand homophobia, as well as Islamophobia, racism and other forms of discrimination.

Image from the chapter ‘Disability and the Continuum of Violence’ by Dr Andrea Hollomotz – from the book Disability, Hate Crime and Violence.

We also discuss the labelling of terrorism depending on race and religion, plus reactions to the attack from Donald Trump, Fraser Anning and Milo Yiannopoulos.

Clips:

Frank TurnerMust Try Harder’, Pussy RiotMake America Great Again’.