All posts by Priscilla Brice

An open letter to Nathan

Earlier this week, 9news.com.au published an article about a Reclaim Australia supporter – Nathan Paterson – who is upset because people are judging him on his looks. “People judge you just for the way you look, without knowing anything about you, which I think, that’s not fair,” Nathan said. This is our open letter to

Why I didn’t attend the Reclaim Australia counter-rally

Reclaim Australia has been around for less than a year, and already they have generated a reputation that many Australians don’t want to be associated with. Their Islamaphobic slogans and swastika-tattooed supporters clearly demonstrate what they really stand for. Earlier in the year, Jimmy Barnes, John Farnham and John Schumann asked that their music not

Interview with Suren Jayemanne

Last week, we caught up with Suren Jayemanne, an up-and-coming comedian from Melbourne. He has been a practising comedian for the last four years, and has participated in major events such as the Melbourne Festival’s Comedy Zone. He now lives in Sydney, where he recently participated in the Sydney Comedy Festival to sold-out shows. Critics have

How do you respond to Racism?

A few weeks ago, we asked you to respond to a quick survey to answer the question, ‘How do you respond to Racism?’ We have collected your answers and have presented these in the following infographic. Thank you so much for responding to the survey, and for helping us to get to know you better! The

Intercultural Innovation – a trip to Spartanburg

You may remember that last August, All Together Now’s Everyday Racism app won an Intercultural Innovation Award. Part of the prize includes attendance at capacity building workshops to build our organisation’s sustainability. So, last week I flew to South Carolina in North America as a guest of United Nations Alliance of Civilizations (UNAOC) and the

Where does Racism occur?

Do you know where racism occurs? All Together Now has created an infographic to show the most common areas where racism happens. This information is based on research that looked into the different experiences of racism in Victoria within culturally and linguistically diverse communities (CALD) – if you’d like to know more about this report, click