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Week 1: Race & Power

Interactive presentation Tutorial activity: Conversations about race bingo I updated my introductory lecture to The Racial State. I welcome you to share the slides and notes below and to watch the recording where, as you can see, I grossly underestimated the time I had (when will I ever learn!) I…

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Racism and Health Education

I was delighted to have been invited by the LIME Network and Professor Lilon Bandler to speak on a panel on racism and health education as part of the 2021 Staying Connected conference along with Donna Cormack, Marcia Anderson, Donald Whaleboat and the brilliant chairing of Roland Wilson.

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Is Racism a Pandemic?

I’ve tried to use TikTok. It is full-on the hardest thing ever to get right, so I am not sure how many videos I will actually end up producing! However, as a conversation started for Week 1 of The Racial State, I have produced a TiTok on the question of…

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Open Letter against Racism

Thanks to the 500+ people who signed the Open Letter coordinated and written By Andrew Brooks (with some inout form me). The letter calls out the Australian Senate’s rejection of critical race theory. It was published in Overland Magazine. The signatories of this letter oppose the attacks on ‘critical race…

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An anti-racism in Europe?

To mark the 25th anniversary of the Council of Europe’s European youth Campaign against racism, xenophobia, antisemitism and intolerance “All Different-All Equal”, Gavan Titley has edited a series of essays including one of mine in which I reflect on my role as co-coordinator with Yael Ohana of the European Youth…

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Understanding Race 2021

The Masters of Research course I run at Western Sydney University is back, beginning on July 23. As usual if you want to come along (face-to-face only) or are along with us, you are welcome. Usually, the course has a special theme. In 2019 that was ‘racial capitalism’. This year…

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We need more, not less, critical thinking about race in Australia

Debbie Bargallie and I wrote about the Australian right’s attack on Critical Race Theory as a signalled by Liberal senator and Assistant Attorney General, Amanda Stoker’s pressure on the Australian Human Rights’s Commission to drop a recent tender after it invoked ‘anti racism’ which she said comes from Critical Race…

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