Monthly Archives: February 2016

Personal Responsibility and Racism

Taking Personal Responsibility for your own Racism Everyone has the capacity to be racist, and unfortunately, sometimes we don’t realise that our behaviour is racist. Given the choice between reinforcing or disrupting racism, most of us would choose the latter. Read on to learn how to recognise and potentially change some common, covert, acts of

Sydney event: Comedy vs Racism

If you’re in Sydney on Tuesday 8th March, come along to “Comedy vs Racism”. All Together Now has organised this event in partnership with the City of Sydney as part of the Living in Harmony festival. The event begins at 7PM. Comedy meets commentary in Comedy vs Racism, when three of Sydney’s funniest writer/performers are

The Tribe

posted by Kiriaki Zakinthinos Last Sunday I went to the theatre. It was a show that had caught my attention earlier in the week in my Facebook feed. Urban Theatre Projects was posting about it. The Belvoir was posting about it. It had popped up in several status updates of friends, too. The name didn’t give much away. But