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We have three individual pods in our part 2 for June.

  • Nathália Urban - About her application for settled status in the UK and all the hoops she had to jump to have her visa granted.
  • Rachael Horwitz – Telling us of her visit to Crete and her impressions of the place as well as WW2 history and the current day Jewish community there.
  • Ruth Hopkins – Discussing Trump’s efforts to push the Keystone XL pipeline through Lakota treaty lands.

Music is from:-

  • Dream Nails – Fascism is coming
  • Alexander Martin – Mr Stranger (our token male on this part of the pod)
  • and our featured artists for June - Bioma - from São Paulo (Brazil), first up with the 2nd track from their EP, Demo, - 77 Cobaias

 

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We have 5 pieces for you:

From Laura Lundahl who talks about immigration in the UK and is titled “Goodbye you bigoted woman - The tears of Theresa May's victims should get far more attention that her's did”.

Mhairi Hunter muses on Trump’s State Visit to the UK, Philip Hammond’s seeming lack of knowledge that there is actually poverty in the UK and get enthusiastic about the Govanhill Sistema Big Noise Orchestra.

Red Raiph’s piece is titled “Good Riddance Mrs May” and includes a Cheerio Song to her! I interview Graham Campbell and he tells us about the pre-World Cup friendly international between Scotland and Jamaica, the climate emergency, marches in Glasgow and updates us on ongoing processes of restorative justice in Scotland.

And Debra Torrance talks about migrant seagulls and birds near extinction and how you should feel sorry for them before feeling sorry for a fascist getting hit with a milkshake.

Music is from the Blackheart Orchestra, Petrol Girls, Ms MohammedSalvation Jayne and our featured artists for June -  Bioma. Bioma is a feminist queercore band, founded in 2017. The band arises from the encounter of four women from São Paulo (Brazil), carrying a intersectional feminist speech and libertarian (left-wing, anarchist), anti-rascist, anti-LGBTfobia and anti-CIStemic posture. Ungagged feature page on Bioma has info on them and links.

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