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L-FRESH The LION, Nooky + more join Love Music Hate Racism

Some of Australia’s hottest urban talent have banded together with national anti-racism organisation All Together Now to bring LOVE MUSIC HATE RACISM to Australia for the first time on Friday 1 June, bringing the national conversation around race to the forefront using the global language of music. YouTube Creators for Change alumni L-FRESH The LION,

We are hiring!

All Together Now is expanding its team, and is now looking to fill two paid part-time positions: Office Manager: Applications close 9am on 30 April The Office Manager is responsible for the administrative details of the organisation. S/he reports to the Managing Director and works 11 hours per week. This is a 2+ year contract

Who Watches The Media?

New research conducted by All Together Now and University of Technology Sydney has found that 62 opinion based reports potentially breached at least one of the media Codes of Conduct due to racism.  The full research findings are available at alltogethernow.org.au/media-monitoring. Priscilla Brice, the Managing Director of not-for-profit organisation All Together Now said, “Among the

Ngaiire, L-FRESH The LION, Thandi Phoenix and more to play Rock Against Racism

IMPORTANT! Please note that this gig has been postponed until Thursday 22 March 2018. All Together Now is proud to present our first Rock Against Racism gig in Sydney. This music event will take place on the 7th of December at Manning Bar in Camperdown, NSW from 8:00 p.m. Sydney’s soulful NGAIIRE will be joined at Rock Against Racism by

Ben Anon’s Story

Ben* has lived across Australia for nearly a decade now. He has called Adelaide, Sydney and Melbourne home, yet he has faced overt as well as subtle instances of racial discrimination and harassment across all three cities. Sydney was in some ways, the most brutal where Ben felt a near-constant undercurrent of resentment. He believes

Sandy’s Story

A ticket to ride Sandy and her husband, originally from Africa, had moved to Australia after living across different parts of the globe. One of Sandy’s first encounters with the constant undercurrent of racism in Australia was at a Sydney train station. As people queued at the ticket counter to pay their fares, Sandy observed