#491 Love and Injustice

Love can be a powerful force, a call to action that unifies us and empowers us in the most difficult of circumstances.

Sunny and Peter by Conor Sweetman  

Sunny and Peter led parallel lives. One in Ireland. The other in the United States. They both suffered injustice and tragedy. Then they found each other, and their healing could finally begin.

Producer: Conor Sweetman

Supervising Producer: Dan Semo

Music: Blue Dot Sessions and Epidemic Sound


For The Love of Blackfullas by Chelsea Watego

“It has always and only ever been love that binds us to each other and which fuels the fights we are forced to take up” says Chelsea Watego. This week we are talking about love and injustice, and it’s hard to talk about injustice without addressing the injustices in our own country, especially those faced by Aboriginal people in our own flawed legal system.

Our second story is an essay by Munanjahli and South Sea Islander academic and writer Chelsea Watego on the power of Black love.

CW: This story includes descriptions of racism and the names of people who have passed.

Written and read by Cheslea Watego

Edited by Mell Chun

This piece was originally written and recorded for The Sunday Paper

All The Best credits

Production Manager & Host: Danni Stewart

Editorial Manager: Mell Chun

Episode Mix and Compile: Niko Plaskas

Social Media Producer: Emma Pham

Community and Events coordinator Lidiya Josifova