Decentring white privilege: Decolonising and diversifying the airwaves

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This panel brings together community broadcasting practitioners and researchers, both academic and community-based, to engage in candid and critical discussions on decolonisation and decentring whiteness in community media. By reflecting on the work that is being done and looking towards the work that still needs to take place, this panel represents the beginning of an ongoing, proactive conversation between practitioners and researchers towards decolonising our sector.

This session is part of the CBAA Conference research stream, which occurs every two years.

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Priya Kunjan

Priya is a South Indian non-binary trans person living and working on unceded Wurundjeri Country. They have been a presenter on the 3CR Thursday Breakfast show, an alternative current affairs program, since early 2020. As part of the Thursday Breakfast crew, their contributions have focused on issues of Indigenous rights, higher education and prison abolition. Priya is also currently completing a PhD at the University of Melbourne which engages notions of sovereignty and the intelligibility of Indigenous peoples' political claim making in so-called Australia.

Catherine Liddle

Catherine Liddle is the CEO of First Nations Media Australia, the national peak body for the First Nations media and communications sector. Catherine is an Arrernte/Luritja woman from the Central Australia regions. A journalist by trade, she subscribes to the philosophy that to change the story you first have to change the message.

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