Justice for Cassius

What a week to be studying Understanding Indigenous Education and Perspectives for my masters. I have been reading on stolen generations, the Northern Territory Intervention, the Bringing Them Home Report and much more, as well as watching powerful documentaries on Gurrumul and Rachel Perkins, The First Australians. One of the questions we have been lookingContinue reading “Justice for Cassius”

Five Powers to Dealing with Racism

It was amazing today to feel like an advocate for unity in diversity, and the power of poetry, love, and education. I mentioned Maya Angelou, Nelson Mandela, my parents and the spiritual and cultural upbringing that has made me who I am today. Love will always lead us away from hate as a solution, andContinue reading “Five Powers to Dealing with Racism”

Diving into creativity, changing perspectives

  At the moment I am working on three short stories;¬† one about homelessness, another racism of the insidious subtle kind, and the last one introduces and captures a deep thinker trapped¬† in his falling apart (but maybe he can put it back together) country life. But these themes whilst they appear deep and meaningfulContinue reading “Diving into creativity, changing perspectives”