Follow @stopblackdeathsincustody on Instagram and turn on notifications. They are a really valuable resource for keeping up to date with what's happening for current and new cases or how the system is failing and killing First Nations people.If everyone was treated the same, you would be scared to fall asleep on a train after having a beer.
My dudes! Did up this piece today for the @lettering_ladies prompt. I have been meaning to spend a few solid hours lettering for ages, it's so nice to get lost in creating art on a rainy Sunday 🍃🌧️ Featured In This piece was featured in @lettering_ladies, @womenoftype and @weallcareaustralia
I haven't felt like making art lately. Just cbf! And when I haven't made art in a while I get this looming anxiety that I haven't made art which makes me not want to make art and the cycle continues. But today when I was elbow deep in compost saying hello to worms and getting dirty, I decided that I would make something. It's by no means a masterpiece, but hey at least I followed through. Show me your half cooked art that's an attempt to get back in the swing of things x 🦠 [...]
Resources for Allies Frontier War Stories — Podcast by Boe Spearim Why I'm No Longer Talking to White People About Race — Book by Reni Eddo-Lodge Dark Emu — Book by Bruce Pascoe Australia Day — Book by Stan Grant Decolonizing Solidarity — Book by Clare Land A real history of Aboriginal Australians, the first Agriculturalists — TEDxSydney YouTube video by Bruce Pascoe What Is It Like To Be Aboriginal — TEDxUWA YouTube video by Tui Raven Australia, we need to talk —TEDxPerth YouTube video by Cally Jetta The myth of Aboriginal stories being myths — [...]
May 26 is Sorry Day, I am remembering the stolen generations and stolen land. Always was, always will be, Aboriginal Land. I acknowledge the Dharawal/ Tharawal people as the traditional custodians of the land on which reside. I acknowledge the elders past, present and emerging. Today and every day, I am sorry.
How's everyone holding up out there? About a year ago I started listening to Terrible, Thanks for Asking which had a great guest on there. She was a little girl with wisdom beyond her years, who had what's called an anxiety box. In it were little treasures that make her happy, along with these mindful questions. What does anxiety feel like? Break down the experience you're having in your body. What are you worried about? Think objectively about what's making you jazzed. What will make you happy? Is it something that you [...]