This is the second part in a two-part series on Australian identity and the African Australian Question.
Racism and its surrounding issues can be confronting and overwhelming but it is books like I’m Not Racist, But…Forty Years of the Racial Discrimination Act that help make it easier, writes Samantha Jones.
First Contact provides a fascinating insight into the diversity of ignorance in Australia, writes Sam Ryan.
Now there’s an app that can prevent you from being racist. Caroline O’Brien explains.
Si Qi Wen discusses racial discrimination, morality, and whether racism can be fought with intolerance.
Is “extreme multiculturalism” leading to cultural relativism and terrorism? Sayomi Ariyawansa critiques Kevin Donnelley’s theory.
Subtle forms of racism often go unnoticed, but they are no less harmful. Maxine Beneba Clarke on the insidiousness of everyday racism.