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— August 15, 2013
Digital novel tells stories of Indonesian Chinese during the 1998 riots in Indonesia
— June 19, 2018
A digital illustrated novel tells the stories of Indonesian Chinese who were attacked during the riots that toppled the Indonesian government in 1998.
SHAC is the Answer
— November 10, 2008
A video document of the the Student Housing Action Co-op squat at 272-278 Faraday Street Carlton, Melbourne.
SHAC is the answer - with Postscript
— February 24, 2009
A video document of the Student Housing Action Collective (SHAC) squatted housing co-op in Melbourne, with an additional Postscript.
Shifting The Burden
— January 28, 2009
Melbourne ANARCHIST for MAYOR! Dr. Joseph Toscano is a medical practitioner, an anarchist, a long time broadcaster on community radio station 3CR and the man behind the longest running anarchist weekly publication in Australia (almost two decades) Anarchist Age Weekly Review, who lives in Melbourne, Australia. During Melbourne Council Elections in late 2008, Dr. Joseph Toscano was running as Mayor along with Melbourne Radical Activist Dr. Margaret Ely as his running mate on. NO WAY Productions followed Dr Toscano during his mayoral campaign.
"Everything we should have known, but were never supposed to find out..."
May Day 2009 - Jakarta
— May 06, 2009
Outsourcing atau lebih tepatnya perbudakan gaya baru mengingatkan kita pada perdagangan budak masa silam, dimana para pedagang budak menawakan budak pada majikan yang membutuhkan.
V06: Convergence at Villawood Detention Centre - 2006
— May 11, 2010
A group of activists from around the world converge at the Villawood detention centre in Sydney over the Easter weekend to draw attention to inhumane mandatory detention policies of the Australian Government.
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