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In part 2 we hear from Anna, a human rights scholar, who has been offering Eric, Angie and Mandy paralegal support in their fight against what they deem as an unfair dismissal, loosing their livelihoods and the Aboriginal cultural centre they buil...
This is the story of Eric, Angie and Mandy, who worked together to build the profiles of numerous local Aboriginal artists and develop an important cultural hub recognised across Australia and around the world. But then the vaccine mandates came i...
Taking back politics from the transhumanists with permaculturist, health practitioner and Federal political candidate, Kerryn Sedgman explores what a return to a human scale politics might look like. Kerryn is standing against Labor transhumanist ...
Patrick and Meg give an account of the political potluck dinner Artist as Family hosted last night at the School of Applied Neopeasantry at Tree Elbow University, Djaara Country.
Regrarian Darren Ó Dochartaigh (Darren Doherty) meets neopeasant Patrick Jones for a yarn in the Doherty family cafe in Castlemaine, in Djaara peoples' country. What unfolds is a complex discourse around biology, ideology and politics, and a slow ...
Meg yarns with friend and community elder, Nikki Marshall at her home in southern Djaara Peoples' country.
This week we spent a few hours with co-originator of the permaculture concept, David Holmgren, at his home Melliodora in southern Djaara peoples' country. Our conversation ranged from the personal to the geopolitical, dark green ecology to bright ...
We held a peaceful protest outside our town hall today, protesting our exclusion from entering the International Women's Day event.
Retired elder Dianne tells the courageous story of nursing her Covid-ill parents while she was also suffering from the illness, and offers us the gifts she learnt over the past two years.
Highly vaccinated traveller, father and solar energy consultant, James, despite being advised not to get vaccinated (after major heart surgery) was not able to get a medical exemption.
Permaculturist, Marita, describes her youth educated in Germany and why Covid segregation and mandates triggered her emotionally and politically.
Children's book writer and illustrator, Trace, speaks of her Covid experience from someone made health-vulnerable by being overprescribed antibiotics as a teenager, and she offers her many Covid learnings for a post-pandemic world.
We have found ourselves in foreign political company throughout this epidemic for being courageous or foolish enough to question the government-pharma revolving door. This is something we’ve long thought of as important critical work by anyone int...
In this video we present stories of discrimination and loss, shared from our homeplace in Djaara country, which propel us to join tens of thousands of protestors in Canberra, in Ngunnawal and Ngambri peoples' countries, where we also recorded stor...
Why does swimming pool segregation keep appearing in moments of governmental tyranny? In this video we explore the unfolding science, ideology and politics of the Covid era and reveal science under a different kind of microscope. We welcome your r...
We came together with community this week for the annual Terra Nullius breakfast, held outside the Daylesford Town Hall each January 26. The Terra Nullius breakfast is a public ceremony, open to all, that examines the historical legal fiction used...