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Tarana Burke, Founder of the Me Too Movement, live at the Collingwood Town Hall

Content warning: sexual violence → Support Services Above: timelapse video of an illustration by Sarah Firth (www.sarahthefirth.com) captured live on Mon 18 Nov 2019. Follow Sarah's incredible work on socials: @sarahthefirth What an experience! Our event with Tarana Burke on Monday night was truly an exceptional moment; one we are so grateful to have shared with you. 800 people gathered at Collingwood Town Hall to hear Me Too Founder Tarana Burke speaking alongside Dr. Kyllie Cripps (proud Pallawah woman and violence prevention expert); Kate Jenkins (Federal Sex Discrimination Commissioner); Tracey Spicer AM (journalist);...

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Strong Black Women: the Me Too Movement and Aboriginal Women

"Robyn’s twin attributes of both being a strong Black woman, as well as her disconnectedness from activist circles, is the driving force behind my wanting to speak to her about these issues; I am keenly interested in her views on feminism, violence against Aboriginal women and children, and the Me Too Movement."

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Choice Words: An Anthology on Abortion

New anthology, Choice Words, brings important abortion stories to the fore, featuring first-hand accounts, the voices of people working in the field, as well as the thoughts and questions that still swirl around it.

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Our Streets Are Not Neutral

The visibility of women in cities is challenged by men’s violence. The intimidating threat of violence imposes constraints upon women for simply ‘being’ in public spaces; existing in these spaces is still a transgression.

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