Pretty For An Aboriginal Talks "Black Panther" And Colonisers Live At The Sydney Opera House
Still here to have all the conversations Australia is uncomfortable having about sex, relationships, dating, power, and…most difficult of all, race.
Pretty For An Aboriginal Finale: We're All Superheroes
"I just want to lift a crane and have people be scared of me."
When Indigenous Life Is Threatened It Is Young Women Who Stand and Fight
"Women are inherently the holders of life. We will be the ones who ultimately have to step up and protect that," says Anishinaabe TV host, dancer and advocate Sarain Fox.
Shari Sebbens: "That’s How We’ve Survived 200 Years Of Colonisation, We Laugh At You Mob"
"...and we laugh at ourselves."
Young People Need To Be Fearless, Says Former Dolly Editor Marina Go
“I slipped an Asian girl onto the cover.”
Emily Sears: "I Have An Interest In Sensuality And Owning My Sexuality”
Sex, power and social media.
American Pop Culture Is Influencing An Entire Generation Of Aboriginal Storytellers, And It’s Inspiring AF
Australian actor and Orange Is The New Black star Yael Stone joins the podcast to talk American heroes and white allies.