The West Live: Human rights lawyer Rabia Siddique explains how Australians can affect change amid the US riots
Australian criminal and human rights lawyer and author of 'Equal Justice' Rabia Siddique says she’s distressed and sickened by the tragedies happening abroad.
Speaking to The West Live host Jenna Clarke, Ms Siddique will weigh in on the swelling tensions in the United States and the Black Lives Matter movement.
She’ll break down what you can do to affect change in your community after what she has labelled an unfolding ‘humanitarian crisis’.
Retired British Army officer, hostage negotiator and Islamic insurgent captive, Ms Siddique has seen it all and throughout the pandemic has been offering her support through virtual masterclasses.
Also on the program, WA Tourism Minister Paul Papalia will discuss the State’s new $2million campaign to get people travelling intrastate.
He’ll also be quizzed on how families will be able to afford to holiday in their own backyard when some regional one-way tickets cost more than $1000.
Later in the program, The Washington Times’ Guy Taylor will be on to discuss his role as National Security team leader during the unfolding scenes out of the US.
Listen live from 8.45am.
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