This is not 1770 or 1901. This is not the First Fleet or federation. This is 2023. This is decolonisation in action.
Without thorough involvement with First Nations people, sensitively recognising the higher stakes and enormity of their contribution, events become inauthentic and harmful.
We hear these words in speeches, at rallies, and on banners — but what does it really mean? What do First Nations-led climate solutions look like?
Touching down in Sydney following a Royal Tour described as "insensitive", the Wentworth Building will be renamed after the Duchess herself.
Imperial Sunset is inspired by the anguish and drive to eliminate the scourge and sin that is racism, as a sin that corrupts and destroys the soul.
While South Asian solidarity is intrinsic to broader cross-country decolonisation, there is no abolition of colonial forces without the annihilation of caste.
USyd alumna Rachael Swain reflects on the value of her theatre and performance education.
On the need for First Nations land ownership and management.
There’s a solidarity formed between black and brown women across the world existing in white societies
Academics of colour face enormous challenges in their work, but their efforts are often unseen