Culture

Luke Mustafa Woods painting

Wiradjuri artist Luke Mustafa Woods, who is based in Djilang/Geelong, speaks to Tim Gooden about his art in solidarity with Palestine.

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Climate and Capitalism editor Ian Angus presents six new books on neoliberal ideology, oceans in crisis, Michigan’s water wars, and the corrupt food industry.

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Alex Salmon reviews James Boyce's 2020 work, which traces the Indigenous people of the wetland areas of eastern England known as the Fens, who fought to preserve their lands, culture and community in the face of attempts to displace them by enclosure.

Protest albums from June 2024

Mat Ward looks back at June's political news and the best new music that related to it.

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In mid-June, Delhi BJP official VK Saxena announced he had given the greenlight to prosecute Modi critic, award-winning writer and dissident Arundhati Roy, reports Paul Gregoire.

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Climate and Capitalism editor Ian Angus presents six new books on unequal epidemics, biotech in Africa, capitalist greed, climate history, fracking and corporate crime.

Palestine’s soccer team was no match for the Socceroos, but there was plenty of support for the team affectionately known as “The Warriors” (Al Fida’i). Alex Salmon reports.

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Peter Boyle reviews David Marr's Killing for Country: A Family History, a chronicle of his forebears who were deployed from 1849 to the 1920s to carry out systematic massacres of First Nations peoples in the frontier wars in Queensland and the Northern Territory.

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Sydney’s Radio Skid Row is a grassroots, community-driven radio station that has been a vital voice for marginalised communities since its establishment on Gadigal country in 1983, writes Manu Monteiro. The station has just kicked off its annual supporter drive.

Around 100 people attended the sold-out Brisbane premiere of the lively new climate action documentary Walanbaa Ngiiyani/Stronger Together, on May 25, reports Jim McIlroy.

Protest albums from May 2024

Mat Ward looks back at May's political news and the best new music that related to it.

3CR Radiothon promotional artwork by Aretha Brown

Melbourne's community radio station 3CR has firm roots in the solidarity movements, writes Rachel Kirby. It relies on listener support and is about to kick off its 2024 Radiothon.