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Identity , Minority Voices
Sydney NSW, Australia
Changing from a bank to a credit union with your long-term partner should be an easy exercise, right? Kelly reveals how often LGBTQIA+ people are still confronted with insidious forms of homophobia.
Zines! How to Make a Revolutionary Piece of Literature on the Cheap
Learn how to make a (revolutionary) zine on the cheap with zine-maker extraordinaire Joel.
Sydney NSW, Australia
Iconoclasts
#WeLiveHere2017: Fighting for the Towers One Post at a Time
"The government needs to play a really strong role in making sure gentrification doesn't destroy neighbourhoods." Keegan interviews documentary photographer Tom Payne on his work for the #WeLiveHere2017 campaign, a social action project that celebrates Waterloo.
Waterloo NSW 2017, Australia
Power & Policy , Minority Voices
First Nations' Grief in a One Woman Play
"I think one of the biggest struggles we face as Indigenous artists is that we consistently have to break down stereotypes." Chenoa Deemal performs in a contemporary revamp of The Seven Stages of Grieving across the country.
Riverside Theatres, Parramatta NSW 2150, Australia
First Nations
A Violent Solution To The Housing Crisis
Housing affordability on your mind? Filmmaker Laurence Rosier Staines' 2016 mockumentary Real Estate might just have a solution.
Newtown NSW 2042, Australia
Iconoclasts
The Queen of Hearts: Q&A with Michelle Ellery
Penrith is the second highest in NSW for reported domestic violence and child sexual abuse. Hear from tour de force Michelle Ellery on her w
Queen of Hearts Community Foundation, Penrith NSW 2750, Australia
Empty The Tanks: A Movement To End Marine Mammal Captivity
Empty The Tanks is a worldwide anti-captivity event that provides a peaceful platform for activists to speak out against an industry that exploits captive dolphins and whales. Monique exposes the cruel tradition that propelled Empty The Tanks' founder, Rachel Carbary, into activism.
Coffs Harbour NSW, Australia
Our Environment
Is This Real Life Project
Using photography and written word, Aimee explores how resisting socially sanctioned understandings of normalcy, beauty and female pleasure inspired her collaborative photography community the Is This Real Life Project.
Sydney NSW, Australia
Identity
Open House: Inside Australia's Refugee Movement
"I took my seat and in silence posed a question to myself and the mainly white room. Are we going to listen?" Our editor Alexandra Havas attended The Australian Refugee Action Network (ARAN) Inaugural Conference in Canberra from May 20th to May 21st.
Canberra ACT, Australia
Power & Policy , Migration & Displacement
A Woman Reimagining the Limits of Science: Josephine Dias
We all know that STEM (science, technology, engineering, mathematics and medicine) fields remain dominated by men, particularly in the higher levels of academia. Josephine Dias, a PhD student at the University of Queensland, talks all things quantum communication in plain English.
The University of Queensland, St Lucia QLD 4072, Australia
Iconoclasts
The Many Faces of Ableism
How can able-bodied Australians call out ableism when some of us do not really understand what it means? Monique explains the many guises of this insidious and often invisible form of discrimination, and asks us all to actively challenge our able-centric conditioning.
Sydney NSW, Australia
Identity , Minority Voices
Voices from the Fringes to the Heart of Advocacy: Centring lived experience
Morgan explains why we need to stop othering those with lived experience, and let them lead the way.
Melbourne VIC, Australia
Identity
The Pro-life Feminist: A contradiction in terms?
Divya explains why she considers a pro-life stance incompatible with modern feminism.
Australia
Travelling the world on Addison Road
Travel the world and meet people just like us with the culinary delights sold at the fortnightly Street Food Markets.
The Addison Road Community Centre, Marrickville NSW 2204, Australia
Migration & Displacement

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