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Interview: Yagan Satour & Genevieve Grieves Past Racism/Future Rights

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Yagan Satour, the star performer of past racism/future rghtsand Genevieve Grieves, sister of Yagan and the show’s director spoke with hosts Rebecca and Katie. Genevieve and Yagan discuss the importance of re-telling his experiences living in Australia as a gay Aboriginal man with a disability, the racism he’s seen and the discrimination he’s faced. past racism/future rights is Yagan’s message to the world to respect one another and to love yourself and be loved no matter who you are.

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