Isabelle Li’s collection of interlinked short stories, ‘A Chinese Affair’, is a valuable contribution to the understanding of contemporary Australian society.
Spoken word artist Sukhjit Kaur Khalsa tells the story behind her name.
Maxine Beneba Clarke’s The Hate Race is a powerful wake-up call to all Australians.
Right Now columnist Adolfo Aranjuez weighs in on the Lionel Shriver controversy, and the role of language in propagating, and curbing, cultural appropriation.
Right Now columnist Adolfo Aranjuez discusses the limitations of identity-based labels as bases for discourse on oppression and disadvantage.
Pictures in my Heart is a collection of memories and hopes representative of the initial shared refugee experience.
The Brexit vote is a reminder that resurgent nationalism shouldn’t be dismissed as irrationality and simple racism alone.
We must stop allowing fear to be the bedrock of modern governance.
There’s a refreshing humbleness and self-effacing air about Yassmin Abdel-Magied’s upbeat, effortlessly inspiring memoir.
Recognising one’s cultural heritage and discovering the contemporary Vietnamese identity are the two focal points of the ‘Vietnamese in Australia’ exhibition.
Lindsay Tanner’s fiction novel, Comfort Zone, focuses on issues of race and discrimination but suffers from it’s privileged perspective.
To achieve justice, privilege the voices of those directly impacted by human rights violations, writes Right Now columnist Eugenia Flynn.