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Resources created along with Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander, Black and Women of Colour to equip and empower us against racism.

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Source: WORD Podcast (Maya Cares)

A Voice for Change in Australia’s Fight against Systemic Racism

Baishakhi Connor shares her personal journey of migration to Australia, the challenges she faced, and her ongoing efforts to combat systemic racism.


Source: WORD Podcast (Maya Cares)

Empowering Indigenous Communities and Addressing Systemic Racism

Auntie Bernice Hookey, Waanyi woman from the Gulf of Carpentaria, founder of MZB Empowerment, shares insights into systemic racism impact on First Nations people.  


Source: WORD Podcast (Maya Cares)

Amplifying Diverse Voices and Fighting Systemic Injustice

Cathy Ngo, chief storyteller, entrepreneur, and advocate for diversity and inclusion, sheds light on the impact of systemic injustices.


Source: WORD Podcast (Maya Cares)

A Journey of Social Justice and Empowerment

In WORD podcast Navanita Bhattacharya, an advocate shares her insights on the impact of systemic racism, personal journey towards social justice.


Source: WORD Podcast (Maya Cares)

Building Inclusive Environments and Empowering Marginalised Communities

Podcast explores the profound impact of systemic racism, socioeconomic disparities, and gender discrimination on individuals, shared by Sarah Liu.


Source: Unknown

The body – a home for love

Resource directory of recommended books, podcast and resources on healing, & self-care.


Source: Unhyphen Psychology

Unhyphen Psychology

Book a therapy appointment. Unhyphen Psychology also offers wellbeing workshops.


Source: Black Enterprise

Women Founders Need Radical Self-Care

Article diving into strategies for radical self-care.


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