All posts by P.S.

Anti- Racism Books Review

Hello Ally, Welcome to the eighth surprise gift of Anti-Racism education. With the holiday break (finally) here, many of us are looking forward to putting our feet up and reading a good book. Reading in your own time with a crisp paperback is sometimes the best way to learn something new. Today, we have a great selection of

Breaking the silence – Podcast

Hello Ally, Welcome to the sixth gift of the week. In today’s newsletter we share a review of a new podcast series by UTS and Impact Studios – Black Stories Matter. The 5 part podcast series builds a conversation around the 2019 book ‘Does the Media Fail Aboriginal Political Aspirations 45 years of news media reporting of key political moments.’ by

Continue the conversation

Hello Ally, Welcome to the seventh and final Gift of Anti-Racism Education – Continue the Conversation. A gift that will help you have better conversations about race and racism. Holding conversations about race can be difficult for those who don’t experience racism. The fear to acknowledge what you don’t know, the fear to come across as insensitive can often lead people

Spotify Playlist – Listen

Hello Ally, Happy Saturday, welcome to your 5th gift of the week. Today we will talk music. We would like to see an increase in the promotion, recognition and financial support of BIPOC artists. Music is one way for Australia to tell its diverse stories, to share and celebrate ourb cultures and confront our histories.Today we are sharing with

First Nation Owned Businesses- Do More

Hello Ally, Welcome to the fourth gift of Anti-Racism education – Do More. We’ve compiled a list of ally friendly and First Nations owned businesses that you can buy from and whose backstories are as inspiring as their products. You could keep it handy for the next time you need the services they provide, especially those you

Kumanjayi Walker- Understand

Hello  Ally, Welcome to the third gift of anti-racism education – understanding. Today we share with you the timeline of a 19 year old boy’s murder at the hands of a law enforcement official and his community’s resilience to continue fighting for justice. The recent developments of which bring some hope for 2021 as well as actions