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Housing Justice Summit
Peoples’ Blockade of the World’s Largest Coal Port
Green Left articles featured in this episode:
Labor fails on AUKUS, housing and taxation
Photos: Thousands protest AUKUS, push for housing and saving native forests at Labor conference
Time's up: Labor conference opens to union and climate protest
Margaret Kelly: Homes Victoria had other options than to evict people from their ‘lifetime home’
Residents campaign against their eviction from Techno Park Estate home
Housing Justice Summit
Gomeroi say ‘no’ to fracking in the Pilliga, again
No New Gas Coalition forms to stop NT Labor gas push
Labor needs to move on Murray-Darling Basin water protection
Rising Tide: ‘We have to build a movement to stop coal’
First Nations groups sidelined by WA cultural heritage changes
Calls to protect cultural heritage grow after sacred Djab Wurrung Birthing Tree vandalised
UN finds Australia violated Indigenous peoples’ land rights
Photos: Hiroshima Day protesters say 'No subs, no war'
Hiroshima/Nagasaki Day march says ‘No’ to AUKUS nuclear submarine deal
AUKUS is a ‘choice’ and it’s the wrong one, Hiroshima rally told
Welfare not warfare, protesters say
Albanese fails to embrace war power reforms
Communities rally for Preston Market
Nigerian Socialist Labour: ‘Niger needs a mass struggle against inequality, not a coup’
What’s happening in Niger is far from a typical coup
‘FriendlyJordies’ brings new attention to West Papuan occupation ahead of independence day arrests
PSM’s Bawani KS: Building a third force in Malaysian politics
Algeria: Environmental activist takes on Australian mining company
Canada: BC dockworkers vote to accept deal
United States: Child labour and exploitation on the rise
Maui’s deadly fires: Government failures and disaster capitalism
India: Commemorating poet, writer and revolutionary, Saroj Dutta
India: Students fight back against hazing rituals on campus after tragic death
India: Fact-finding team visits Manipur, holds government responsible for violence and suffering
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