Stanley Milgram’s famous ‘shock’ experiment led scientists to believe there was a Nazi lurking in all of us. The recent examination of his archives at Yale University has revealed the farcical nature of his data.
The remains of 1,300 Indigenous children have been found across multiple school sites in Canada so far this year. On Thursday past, the Canadian Nation paused to reflect and remember.
Twenty years on from the outbreak of the Afghanistan War, the United States and their allies abandon a nation in turmoil. By Casey Abel This September marks twenty years since Al-Qaeda militants orchestrated the September 11 Terror Attacks against the…
2021 is shaping up to be a violent year for the LGBT+ community. Pride Month, in particular, has drawn the ire of many violent perpetrators, with outlets reporting hate-crime attacks across the world.
Australia is among the most obese countries in the world tying with America in 2003. Eighteen years later the nation’s physical health has deteriorated beyond epidemic proportions.
Laurel Hubbard’s admittance to the Olympic Games has reignited controversy around the fairness of including trans-gender athletes in competitive sports. Missing from this debate is the acknowledgement that the ‘playing field’ has always been uneven, and naturally so.
Today more than ever the power of social change is in your hands; you are powerful.
This project is an investigation into the effects of ‘colonised education systems’ on the mental health and cultural-identities of Australasian (Indigenous) students, within the contemporary Australian educational context.
In the town of Gympie, a group of Kabi elders are fighting to
preserve what they claim is a sacred site to their culture and
nation; D’Jaki Kundu.
High Ground highlights the power of story to enable healing through truth telling. The challenge is whether this country can handle the truth at the heart of this film’s story. Teena Reid, 2021. Author: Casey Abel Film Score: Highly Recommended…