L-FRESH The LION is a practicing Hip Hop artist/musician. He has made a name for himself in the music industry as a leading voice on issues relating to social justice. At 25 years of age, he has achieved notable milestones for a Hip Hop artist. L-FRESH The LION has shared the stage with Hip Hop legends such as Nas, and socially conscious international artists such as Chali 2na (Jurassic 5), Talib Kweli and Dead Prez. Hip Hop icon, KRS One, when asked about L-FRESH The LION, said “He is Hip Hop”. L-FRESH The Lion was signed with the socially aware label Elefant Traks in 2014. He is also a member of Australia’s Sikh community and plays an active role in raising mainstream awareness of Sikhs in Australia. He also is the founder of Power To the Peaceful Community, a clothing label and online community that exists to encourage everlasting and meaningful dialogue around peace and peaceful relationships.



Andy Minh Trieu is an Actor and Presenter currently co-hosting on the channel 9 show Kitchen Whiz as the ‘Kitchen Ninja’, Chatterbox on Foxtel and plays the character ‘Fury’ in the Australian Kung Fu comedy tv show Maximum Choppage. This year (2015) he has also co-hosted on Chinese hit program If You Are The One on SBS2. The three-time Australian champion Martial Artist is amongst the top 50 Cleo Bachelors of the year and is a runner up on the ABC3 nationwide search for hosts. Andy’s lastest acting roles were in Forget Me Not (2014)Pandorian (2014)Fat Pizza vs Housos (2014), Atomic Kingdom (2014), and Audaliya Gold (2014).



“Racism is an issue that I am very passionate about. It is important for myself to speak out about racism and try to educate people on the unmeasurable benefits, diversity and multiculturalism brings to our society. Whether it be in the workplace, the community, one’s family or just amongst friends. I hope to bring more awareness to this great organisation and hopefully together we can all make a difference and have a positive impact on society by eradicating racism.” Bruce is an Australian professional footballer who is the current Captain and striker for Hyundai A-League club Adelaide United.



Luka Lesson is a spoken word and Hip-hop artist of Greek heritage from Australia.

Luka’s debut book, The Future Ancients is now (independently) a best-seller for poetry in Australia twice-over and a part of educational programs in selected schools from Hong Kong to Cape Town to Melbourne.

With 4 years of international touring, 13 Writers’ Festivals, 9 years of workshop experience and ten years of writing under his belt, Luka has written commissions and performed for the likes of The National Gallery of Victoria, Greece’s pioneer Hip-hop group Active Member, South Africa’s OneBlood Festival and China’s most celebrated living poet Xi Chuan in Beijing. He is also the Australian Poetry Slam Champion of 2011 and Melbourne Poetry Slam Champion of 2010.

Musically, Luka has released two full length albums: Please Resist Me (2011) and EXIT (2014) and blurs the lines between conscious rap lyricist and insightful story-teller. From dense rhyme schemes to a vulnerability rarely seen in modern day artists, Luka is a wordsmith that goes beyond clichè or expectation. His new collection: ANTIDOTE is due for release on October 1, 2015.



Jennifer Wong is an Australian comedian who’s taken her observations about race, diversity, and language to comedy and arts festivals in Australia and Edinburgh.

She is a regular guest on ABC 702 Sydney’s Thank God It’sFriday comedy hour, was a writer on Good News Week (Network Ten), and is in the cast of TV comedy Plonk (Channel 9).

Jennifer uses comedy to work with organisations concerned with issues of multiculturalism and diversity, mental health, and education. She is a committee member of the artists’ association Performance 4a.

In 2013, she was one of 100 ‘changemakers’ selected worldwide to attend the United Nations Association of Civilisations summer school program in New York.