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I wish I hadn’t said what I did and I’m sorry.
'It's a conversation suburban Australia refuses to have.'
Back in August, Hillary Clinton warned of a "radical fringe" taking over Republican Party politics in the United States. Just a few months later, and fresh from his incredible election victory, Don...
A local mayor is also facing intense criticism for commenting that the post 'made her day'.
This is just the beginning.
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And Australia has a lot to learn from it.
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When Barack Obama was elected in 2008, many a umed a "post-racial" America was upon us. They were fiercely wrong. People believed that the nation had somehow reconciled its racism by electing a black...
'I’ve had to learn to love myself more every day.'
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57 per cent of people worried about Muslims, 33 percent about Jews, 29 percent about Buddhists.
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There are a few things I don't understand about human nature; Donald Trump's popularity, long, bushy hipster beards, and the Kardashian obsession. And I've never understood why it's such a big deal if people speak in their native tongue in front of others.
For his role in spearheading a protest movement and amplifying an ongoing discu ion about racial inequality in America, Colin Kaepernick has been rewarded with death threats. On Tuesday, the 49ers qua...
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'I wouldn’t let people drive me out, but it’s kind of sad that this kind of thing still happens.'
In Australia, you could almost get used to being called a ‘wog’. But rather than vicious abuse, it appears more frequently as casual racism –- an issue as dangerous for a society as a verbal attack.