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Anti-Adani action on Wangan and Jagalingou country, long Covid UK, effect on sex workers of OnlyFans ban, Victorian sex worker decriminalisation legislation, impact of lockdowns on memory and cognitive capacity, National Poetry Month
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7:00 Acknowledgement of Country 7:07 Michaela, from 3CR's radioactive show, spoke with Miree LeRoy about some recent activities in the campaign to stop Adani’s Carmichael mine. Currently under construction on Wangan and Jagalingou country in the Galilee Basin, the mine will become Australia’s largest coal mine if allowed to continue.Details of the online rally on Sunday 30 August at 6.30pm AEST at https://www.stopadani.com/respect_wangan_and_jagalingou_online For other campaign websites mentioned in this interview see - https://www.stopadani.comhttps://www.marketforces.org.auhttps://frontlineaction.org 7:20 Alice speaks with Claire Hastie from the Long Covid Support Group UK about research into long Covid and the road forward. 7:37 Ella speaks with 3CR's Dean Lim about two major issues facing the sex work community at the moment: OnlyFans, a content subscription platform favoured by sex workers, has announced they will be banning sexually explicit content; andLegislation to decriminalise sex work and provide sex workers with standard workplace rights and protections will be introduced to the Victorian parliament by the end of the year. 7:57 Claudia speaks with Professor Brett Hayes from the University of NSW about the effects of lockdown on memory and cognitive capacity. 8:07 Australia is enjoying its first national poetry month this August. We hear from organisers at Red Room Poetry about why a dedicated poetry month is long overdue, and hear three readings from poets who have contributed. https://redroompoetry.org Songs Dionne Warwick- You're Gonna Need MeIchiko Aoba- PorcelainArthur Verocai- Na Boca Do Sol