Learn

Resources to gain knowledge, get inspired, and learn how to be an ally to First Nations communities, along with ways to take action to solidify solidarity among our communities.

Learn

Resources to gain knowledge, get inspired, and learn how to be an ally to First Nations communities, along with ways to take action to solidify solidarity among our communities.

Dive into Racial Literacy

Dive deeper and learn about the structured harm caused by racism as an institution on Black, Indigenous and people of colour.

Source: WORD Podcast (Maya Cares)

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)

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


Source: WORD Podcast (Maya Cares)

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)

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


Learn about Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Peoples

Introductory resources in this section will help you learn about Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander culture, history and knowledge.

Source: WORD Podcast (Maya Cares)

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: Indigenous Archives Australia

Indigenous knowledge sources in Galleries, Libraries, Archives and Museums.


Source: The Guardian

Sarago analyse ‘Too pretty for Aboriginal,’ explores Australian perceptions of beauty.


Source: AIATSIS

Map displays Indigenous groups, languages in Australia.


Inspiration

Representation matters. Find Bla(c)k Women and Women of Colour artists, activists and change-makers and indulge in their fantastic work.

Source: Multiple

A collection of some of our favourite social media and Instagram accounts.


Source: South Asian Australian Representing Ideas

Hub for South Asian media, businesses, psychologists, and community events.


Source: Being Asian Australian

Collection of Asians in media. 


Source: Asian Australian Project

Asian Australians’ journal articles on their experiences and struggles in Australia.


We acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of the land and waters of Australia and pay respect to all Ancestors, Elders and families – past and present

We recognise the unique place held by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders as the original custodians across the continent with histories of continuous connection dating back more than 60,000 years

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