AMCT°_1-3-Equalities and inequalities
Who is Harold Thomas, the man who created the Aboriginal flag? Posted Tue 25 Jan 2022 Harold Thomas designed the Aboriginal flag in 1970.(Supplied: David Hancock) The Aboriginal flag, for the first time, can now be freely used by all Australians. That’s because Harold Thomas, the man who designed the flag, agreed to transfer its copyright to the Commonwealth … Continuer la lecture
All parties, including my own, have been complicit in making bigoted laws. Acknowledging this is the first step to rectifying it. Diane Abbott Mon 30 May 2022 A protest march in London against the 1971 immigration bill. Photograph: Frank Barratt/Getty Images The unspoken rationale underlying British immigration policy since the second world war has always … Continuer la lecture
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America’s gun obsession is rooted in slavery A series of slave revolts terrified white residents and helped fuel the rationale for gun ownership ‘For too long, the second amendment has been portrayed with a founding fathers aura swaddled in the stars and stripes.’ Photograph: Eric Gay/AP Carol Anderson Fri 4 Jun 2021 11.00 BST Bodies … Continuer la lecture
A new biography of the painter Isabel Rawsthorne highlights how talented women have often missed out on the recognition they deserved Vanessa Thorpe Sat 13 Feb 2021 21.30 GMT Art Generations of female artists, composers and writers have been lost to history because their names changed after marriage. According to growing academic consensus, the … Continuer la lecture
by Tineka Smith In a defining year as an African American woman, I realised my white British husband will always be learning about race. ‘For a long while, my husband couldn’t understand, let alone appreciate, just how different the path I tread is from his own.’ Photograph: Roy Hsu/Getty Images/Uppercut Tue 29 Dec 2020 08.00 … Continuer la lecture
Guardian Australia 6,17 k abonnés Closing Monday night’s Q+A show on ABC, which focused on Indigenous deaths in custody and the global Black Lives Matter movement, actor and writer Meyne Wyatt delivered a powerful speech taken from his autobiographical 2019 play City of Gold. « ‘How are we to move forward if we dwell on the past?’ That’s … Continuer la lecture