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Weekly show discussing current affairs, pop culture and politics through a critical race lens.

Episodes

*Rebroadcast* #19 Eugenia Flynn  

We're on break this week working on some new stories. Here's an interview from our archives when we spoke to Eugenia Flynn about working in the arts industry, hosting events with people like Ilyasah Shabazz and more!

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#38 Housing Crisis  

This week in studio we have Bhakthi Puvanenthiran journalist and editor at Fairfax Media. We chat what's it like breaking through, Fairfax job cuts and more! As well as we take a look at the what we have in the bin this week. And our featured story is on the homelessness and the housing crisis.

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#37 Boy Scouts  

This week we have comic Nazeem Hussien, in studio. As well as we look at what caught our attention for the bin this week. And our featured story is on deaths in custody, highlighting one of the biggest cases in recent years.

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#36 White Noise  

This week we have Manal Younus, writer and poet, in studio. We look at what we have “in the bin” this week. And we end the show with an interview we had recently at Triple R on Namila Benson’s show White Noise.

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*Rebroadcast* #20 Maxine Beneba Clarke  

We're talking a break this week, but we have something from our archives for you! Here's our interview with writer Maxine Beneba Clarke from last year. We'll be back next week!

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#35 The White Reason  

This we are joined in studio by Ali Abunimah, writer, activist and co-founder of Electronic Intifada. As well as, we debut our new segment “In the bin"! Where we look at some of the stories and people that let us done. And our featured story is on the gentrification of one particular suburb, Footscray.

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#34 Raw Onions  

This week joining us in studio we have Giselle Nguyen, writer and columnist for Daily Life. As well as we, we look at The Numan Haider Inquest and the lure of radicalisation. And end with our featured story is on the exploitation of international students in the workplace.

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#33 Segregated schools  

This week joining us in studio we’ve got NTEU Indigenous organiser and Daily Life and freelance columnist Celeste Liddle. And we look at past weekends so-called gang violence, debunking some of the media perceptions of Apex. And our featured discussion is on school segregation.

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#32 Claps for Scraps  

This we look at online censorship during International Women’s Day, Turnbull’s dinner with Islamic Council Victoria. And our featured discussion is on history and present day of the Mardi Gras Parade.

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Race Card - Episode 31  

This week we discuss the tragic news of the three young black Muslims who were killed in the US, explore why Liz Cambage has to be the one to educate her teammate who did blackface. And end with our featured discussion on Comedy, and well how it can be a bit racist.

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Race Card - Episode 30  

This week we have Benjamin Law joining us. We look at how Paul Sheenan’s infamous article about “Louise” was able to be published, racism in the fashion industry and end with our featured discussion on English as lingua franca, common language, of the world wide web.

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Race Card - Episode 29  

This week joining us in studio is Sukhjit Kaur Khalsa. We also look at the new Indigenous superhero that’s making waves, how activists and doctors protested the release of Baby Asha, the Indigenous politician not allowed to speak her language in parliament. And our featured discussion is on the accessibility (and inaccessibility) of antiracist education and activism.

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Race Card - Episode 28  

This week joining us in studio is Ruby Hamad writer and columnist for The Daily Life. And we also look at how the stolen generation never ended with Indigenous X founder Luke L Pearson. Talk about the Rebel Wilson BAFTA speech that will make you gag. And end with our featured discussion is on white supremacy and decolonizing body and movement.

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Race Card - Episode 27  

This week on the show, joining us in studio is Soreti Kadir. And we look at the continually mistreatment of refugees and asylum seekers with the latest news that the government are set to allow up to 37 infants to be sent to Nauru. Investigate the story of the woman that cheated death, and the biggest real life plot twist. And our featured discussion is on the history of blackface. And we ask why are white people in Australia so obsessed with it??!

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Race Card - Episode 26  

This week joining us in studio is academic Darren Parker. And we look at the backlash former rugby player Joe Williams received for not standing up for the national anthem, discuss Australian of the Year awardee, David Morrison call to end the bamboo ceiling. We end with our feature on the meme-ifcation of people of colour.

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Race Card - Episode 25  

This week joining us in studio is contemporary and classical Indian dancer, Raina Peterson. And we talk some more diversity in TV with Osman Faruqi who wrote about it in Fairfax’s online publication The Vocal, gather our thoughts on treatment of Australia's first Muslim MP, and the police brutality in Queensland. As well as feature Invasion Day, and the upcoming rallies with Bo Spearim from the Brisbane Blacks.

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Race Card - Episode 24  

This week we look at the racist game on the Apple iTunes store “Survival Island 3 - Australia Story”, Charlie Hebdo’s controversial depiction of Aylan Kurdi, the young Syrian boy washed ashore, MTV Australia’s tweet about Eva Longoria and America Ferrera. And we feature #OscarsSoWhite and how that translates into Australian media with upcoming Logies.

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Race Card - Episode 23  

This week we have a special interview with Magan Magan discussing his poetry, unpick the racist cartoon and commentary of Chris Gayle in the wake of his verbal harassment of Mel Mclaughlin, investigate 7/11's questionable ad involving the Haka and our featured discussion is on Hyper-tokenism in film.

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Race Card - Episode 22  

This week we look back at 2015 in our first show of the year, with some of the stories that stood out. We also welcome the Hijab Stylist, Zulfiye Tufa in studio for a lengthy discussion on her work, identity and politics!

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Race Card - New Years Special!  

This week were took a break, but don't think we'd leave you pod-less! We've gone into our archive and brought you some of our previous interviews and discussions. Enjoy the New Year listeners, we'll back in 2016!

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