Vale Darce Cassidy (1941-2019) – Journalist, Agitator, Organiser

Ken Mansell Jon (Darce) Cassidy was probably not meant to become one of the foremost left-wing agitators of his generation. Jon’s upbringing was privileged. His father Ralph Cassidy, tragically killed on RAAF service in 1942, was a barrister from a poor Irish background tinged with ‘Orange’ sectarianism. His mother Audrey Cassidy scrimped and saved to... Continue Reading →

Fundraiser for Community Radio 3CR and the Rainforest Information Centre

The 2019 How To Make Trouble And Influence People diary features a radical event in Australian history for each day of the year as well as stories and images covering Indigenous Australian resistance, strikes, murals, convict escapes, creative direct action, blockades, protests and occupations. It will be launched on 6 October 2018 from 3pm to 6pm... Continue Reading →

Three weeks on…

It is now three weeks since the 14th Biennial Labour History Conference, “Fighting Against War: Peace Activism in the Twentieth Century,” commenced. Radio station 3CR has begun its series of broadcasts reflecting on the conference generally and several  of the papers in particular. The first episode, which aired on 14 February, provided an overview with a specific focus... Continue Reading →

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