Subtle forms of racism often go unnoticed, but they are no less harmful. Maxine Beneba Clarke on the insidiousness of everyday racism.
Between a harsh budget, ongoing discussion of Racial Discrimination Act amendments, and misogynistic killings in the US, divisiveness stood out in the media during May, writes Pia White.
Through both his role as Attorney-General and as Arts Minister, George Brandis was prominent in human rights media discussion in March, but were the arguments consistent, asks Pia White in the March media review.
Conversations in the media around the Racial Discrimination Act and ABC reporting have both highlighted the need to examine rights and obligations in regard to accessing and publishing information, writes Pia White.