When can you call a person "racist"? And what stops news outlets and politicians from doing it even in the more obvious cases?
A new survey has found compelling evidence of how racism, homophobia and classism feed broader views of violence against women.
How to cover racism is an ongoing question for journalists, and is especially pertinent for the ABC following its Victorian election coverage.
The South Sudanese community is still wearing the consequences of the "African gang" myth, Pesutto had more than one awkward moment during the Victorian election campaign, and why are there so few Australian scalps in the Me Too movement?
Despite Sky News' apology for its controversial Blair Cottrell interview, ACMA has found it didn't actually breach its code. What does it take to "incite or provoke" racial hatred in Australia?
Sky News said the comments have "no place on any of our platforms", but do other News Corp outlets feel the same way?
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The Coalition's support for a racist motion from Pauline Hanson trashes its legacy of fighting fascism and signals a dark moment in Australian politics.
Chin Leong Tan, a former property lawyer and multicultural sector leader, is a departure from his outspoken predecessor, and seems reluctant to take a stand on racism.