“With a stirring score by Moby, it’s a heart-warming tale of human dignity and innovation” – Huffington Post
All Together Now is conducting interviews to find out what people think racism is, how it has affected them or others, and what can be done about it. Each interview is filmed for distribution online, and will take less than half an hour. We are interviewing individuals, as well as groups of colleagues representing a business.
“Australia’s colonial and racist underpinnings are revealed in the penetrating and stylish crime docu The Tall Man. Helmer Tony Krawitz creates a vivid portrait of an Australian island enraged by the death of an Aboriginal man while in custody of the local, predominantly white-run police force.” Variety magazine
The annual Mapping Social Cohesion report was released today.
The research shows a very slight drop in the number of people who say they have been a victim of racial abuse in the past 12 months, remaining at around 14% (that’s 1 in 7 people).
It also shows that 44% of people think the level of racial prejudice in Australia is higher now than it was five years ago. All the more reason why All Together Now’s work is needed!
Earlier this week we gave a presentation at The Body Shop’s annual retail managers’ conference in Melbourne. There was so much enthusiasm and energy for All Together Now’s work, and indeed for all their charity partners.
We made this 40-second film for the managers to summarise our Give Racism The Finger work together earlier this year:
A summary of our Give Racism The Finger campaign with The Body Shop, May-June 2011.