Blak History Month: READ
Blak History Month: LISTEN
Below you’ll find a list of some of our favourite reads but this list is by no means exhaustive! From Tony Birch’s newly released novel The White Girl to an anthology of stories from Indigenous contributors in Growing Up Aboriginal in Australia, edited by Anita Heiss, work your way down from the top or start wherever you like.
Blak History Month: WATCH
Below you’ll find just a few of our favourite talks and songs by some incredible Indigenous artists and activists from Aretha Brown to Mojo Juju to Electric Fields. We encourage you to share your favourites with us on social media too – you’ll find us @theequalityinstitute
Blak History Month: SHOP
This Blak History Month, we’re celebrating by sharing some of our favourite resources – from things to watch, read and listen, to places to shop and where you can support through donating, here and across social media.
Blak History Month: DONATE
Support Indigenous makers by shopping with them and celebrating their incredible wares. Adorn your home with powerful art from Charlotte Allingham (@Coffinbirth) or beautiful textiles from Injalak Arts, or adorn your body with our all-time favourite – jewellery from Haus of Dizzy.
A Ten Year Reflection
There are numerous organisations doing important and powerful work to support Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples across Australia. We’ve included some wonderful organisations and activists below.
During this 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence Xian Warner, our Research & Program Coordinator, took some time to reflect on what I have learned over these past ten years.