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No.1091 – 27 February 2015

Musical “Parade” shines the spotlight on injustice

BottledSnail’s production of the Tony Award-winning musical Parade premiered at The Coopers Malthouse, and the themes explored are just as important today as they were 100 years ago, writes Samantha Jones.

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No.1090 – 26 February 2015

Right Now Radio February Edition

Right Now Radio is back for 2015! This month on the show: Scott Ludlam on data retention, a pediatrician’s perspective on children in detention, death penalty advocacy and “Parade The Musical.”

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Art / Asylum Seekers / Children & Youth / Expression / Health / Prisoners' Rights / Radio / Right to Life

The documentary Disruption is showing at the Transitions Film Festival.

No.1089 – 25 February 2015

Documentary places women at the centre of social change

The documentary Disruption, showing as part of the Transitions Film Festival, follows an activist group as they seek to empower women through financial inclusion programs, writes Samaya Borom.

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Education / Reviews / Women

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No.1088 – 19 February 2015

DPP v Kaba: Our freedom of movement, liberty, and right to not be racially profiled

Despite lacking a full consideration of institutionalised discrimination such as racial profiling, the case of DPP v Kaba draws a line between random stop & searches and the curtailing of individual liberties.

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Bill of Rights / Case/Legislation Reports / Race & Discrimination

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No.1088 – 19 February 2015 DPP v Kaba: Our freedom of movement, liberty, and right to not be racially profiled

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No.1087 – 19 February 2015 Never Known by Name

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No.1086 – 18 February 2015 Harvey Milk opera embodies the subject it pays homage to

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No.1085 – 17 February 2015 Yasukichi Murakami – Through a Distant Lens: Interview with Mayu Kanamori

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No.1084 – 16 February 2015 Stories of Modern-day Slavery by Documentary Photographer Ian Flanders

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No.1083 – 13 February 2015 Simpkins and Karen Armed Struggle

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No.1082 – 13 February 2015 Silent Conversation: Interview with Sha Sarwari

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No.1081 – 12 February 2015 The ASRC Innovation Hub: Empowering asylum seekers to help themselves

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No.1081 – 11 February 2015 What Australian refugee and immigration policy tells us about our democracy

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No.1080 – 11 February 2015 Midsumma’s ‘Home Free’ examines GLBTIQ in Australia

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