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Sexual racism: Why do you swipe right?
Minority Voices
Brisbane QLD, Australia
Yen-Rong explores how sexual racism affects her experience of online dating.
No to "not all..."
Moreblessing candidly explains why allies need to do better.
Sydney NSW, Australia
Iconoclasts
Beyond Clinton's Walk for Justice
Clinton Pryor, a young Wajuk, Baradung, Kija and Yulparitja man, is only a few months away from completing his walk from Perth to Canberra to put First Nations' issues at the forefront of the national agenda.
Perth WA, Australia
First Nations
Rise and indigenise with Sarain Carson-Fox
“People have been telling our stories of resistance from a colonial perspective for hundreds of years now and I think it’s important for us to take back the narrative.”
Hugo Street Reserve, Redfern NSW 2016, Australia
First Nations
Breaking the stigma of mental health through creativity
The Bumblefly Effect is an intersectional collective of creatives committed to breaking the stigma around mental health.
Create or Die, Marrickville NSW 2204, Australia
Health Care
How to stay sane and make good art in 2017
Joel interviews artists Moreblessing Maturure, Amrita Hepi, and Tasnim Hossain about the relationship between their identities, respective art practices, and the current, rather ominous, political climate.
Sydney NSW, Australia
All Topics
Answers
Annette's feminist performance poetry is a gentle act of resistance, chartering the experience of a romantic relationship from a distinctly female perspective. By questioning the validity of a 'love' that manifests itself in domineering and abusive ways, she implicitly asks every woman to do the same.
Sydney NSW, Australia
Identity
Reading By Ear: 2RPH brings print media to life
Keegan interviews Station Administrator Liz Moore about how radio station 2RPH helps those who cannot see, handle, or understand printed material.
2RPH, Glebe NSW 2037, Australia
Minority Voices
The Art of Throwing Everything Out
Most of us are taught to consume, so why are some of us discarding much of what we own in favour of a simpler life? Keegan gets to the heart of what it means to be a minimalist, and the results are surprisingly (ful)filling.
Sydney NSW, Australia
Our Environment
The 'Bad Boy' of Australian Ceramics
Sydney-based artist Ramesh Nithiyendran talks to our editor Alexandra Havas about the limits of art as activism, the politics of gender, and how normalising representations of the phallus can help to dismantle some of its power.
Erskineville NSW 2043, Australia
Iconoclasts
Taking Risks: A father and son's walk to end mandatory detention
Criminal lawyer Adam Richards and his 13-year-old son Ned walked from Adelaide to Canberra earlier this year, and presented a petition urging the Federal Government to end "mandatory indefinite offshore detention of refugees". Alfred explores what inspired this act of protest from two everyday Australians.
Adelaide SA, Australia
Migration & Displacement
We're coming to swamp you all
In her childhood, cultural and environment factors left Yen-Rong feeling ambivalent towards writing. Now a young Asian Australian writer, she challenges the industry's lack of representation by pushing for more diversity in publishing.
Brisbane QLD, Australia
Minority Voices
Ravi's Hell: Part 2
Part two of our miniseries. Ravi was detained in Nauru and Victoria for over 3 years. Upon his release in 2016, Ravi launched his poetry anthology 'From Hell to Hell' and continues to speak out on behalf of those who remain incarcerated in Australia’s onshore and offshore mandatory detention centres.
Melbourne VIC, Australia
Migration & Displacement
Maturity: In acceptance and self-love
Kuhen Nagappan explores how his passion for traditional Bharatanatyam dance has helped him find moments of freedom, and make sense of his experience as both a racial and sexual minority.
Sydney NSW, Australia
Identity , Minority Voices
Zero waste living in Sydney
Madolyn Garnham from Clovelly made a New Year's resolution last year to eliminate plastic use, and to keep things simple and sustainable. From homemade toothpaste to a practical compost system, she shares her tips on how to lead a zero waste life.
Clovelly NSW 2031, Australia
Our Environment
Q&A with Proudly Pokies Free
Pokies machines are highly addictive, and the New South Wales government is addicted to the massive revenues they bring in each year. But when the machines themselves can suck anyone in, somebody is bound to lose. Keegan speaks to Tom Lawrence, co-founder of Proudly Pokies Free, about the perils of the pokies.
Surry Hills NSW 2010, Australia
Health Care , Power & Policy
Making an invisible issue visible with OneWave's Fluro Fridays
Following a simple recipe of saltwater therapy, surfing and fluro, OneWave tackles mental health issues head-on.
Bondi Beach NSW 2026, Australia
Health Care
The Political is Personal
As a "professional gay" surrounded by heteronormativity, Sen believes inviting others to "come in" and share in intimate experiences is just as much of a political act as attending rallies or lobbying ministers.
Waterloo NSW 2017, Australia
Iconoclasts
Why I Care: Mental health recovery and redemption
Human suffering, an environment of negativity and the problematisation of mental illness have led many to believe that creating meaningful change is beyond them. Natalie explores her lived experience of an eating disorder and her life-long journey towards redemption.
Killara NSW 2071, Australia
Health Care
A Fast Track to Failure
In an interview with the Executive Director of the Refugee Advice and Casework Service (RACS), Tanya Jackson-Vaughan, Divya exposes the Australian Government's First Track application scheme and its dire impact on the lives of some of Australia's newest arrivals.
Refugee Advice & Casework Service, Randwick NSW 2031, Australia
Coranderrk: A 140-year-old story still breaking boundaries
In 1881 a First Nations community challenged the Aboriginal Protection Board in an attempt to continue their self-sustaining farming on the Coranderrk Aboriginal Reserve. Adapted from transcripts of the Victorian government's inquiry into the matter, Corandeerk is a landmark play exploring themes of belonging, self-determination and identity.
Riverside Theatres, Parramatta NSW 2150, Australia
First Nations
A Woman Reimagining the Limits of Science: Nathalie Farah
We all know that STEM (science, technology, engineering, mathematics and medicine) fields remain dominated by men, particularly in the higher levels of academia. Nathalie Farah, a Bachelor of Advanced Sciences student at the University of Queensland, talks all things chemistry in plain English.
The University of Queensland, St Lucia QLD 4072, Australia
Iconoclasts
What does NAIDOC mean to you?
Keegan interviewed five Indigenous Australians on what NAIDOC means to them in the Darug heartland of Baramada, now known as Parramatta.
Parramatta NSW 2150, Australia
First Nations
HEAR OUR VOICE: Creatives demanding visibility
Alexandra Mantoura's HEAR OUR VOICE is a photographic campaign demanding representation for creatives in Sydney.
Sydney NSW, Australia
Minority Voices
Female garment workers have their voices heard in new documentary
A new documentary film by Bangladeshi born film producer and researcher, Chaumtoli Huq, aims to highlight the ongoing struggle of garment factory workers to organise and unionise across Bangladesh.
Palace Cinema, Paddington NSW 2021, Australia
Minority Voices

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