Good morning, early birds. Coronavirus-related discrimination has reached new highs (or lows, really) on both sides of the country, and in the past four years, fossil-fuel companies have increased their political donations two-fold. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.
Good morning, early birds. This year's Closing the Gap report reveals a staggering failure to meet targets addressing Indigenous disadvantage, and the High Court has narrowly struck down the Coalition’s attempt to deport First Nations people. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.
Films often depict disease epidemics originating in non-Western countries. What does this say about our attitudes, and how does it shape our reactions to real-world crises?
Welcome to Side View — a curated guide to new and overlooked content on politics, policy, and public affairs. This week: rat kings and other Christmas tails, remembering '83, Buckley versus Baldwin, and ban business class!
Years of racist scapegoating came to a head in the aftermath of the Brexit referendum, with a spike in racist harassment and abuse against ‘outsiders’ of all descriptions.
Beers' legacy is more than just another illustration of the contortions journalists will perform to avoid calling something racist.
Islamophobia may be more visible in modern Australia, but anti-Semitism is just as deeply entwined with the ideologies of the growing far-right. And it's becoming more common.
This week in Side View: where does water come from? Plus, Turkey's nukes, dispatches from the nanny state, and old age sucks.
Fraught relations with China could affect Chinese-Australians for generations to come.
White society hinged on the myth of 'protecting' white women from rape but, in reality, what they were really 'protected' from was their own liberation and any capacity to form meaningful relationships with people of colour.