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We had:

Leah Cameron, Founder and Principal Solicitor Marrawah Law joining Trev in the studio to talk about COVID-19 sackings and unfair dismissals.

Suzanne Smith, six-time Walkley Award-winning investigative reporter discussing the release of her new book ‘The Altar Boys’. The Altar Boys is the powerful expose of widespread and organised clerical abuse of children in an Australian city, and how the cover-up in the Catholic Church in Australia extended from parish priests to every echelon of the organisation.

Associate Professor John Bradley, Deputy Director of the Monash Indigenous Studies Centre talking about how Indigenous perspectives on Australia’s history of pandemics provides context for COVID-19.

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