Tense past cultural essays

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But when a group of women writers in hijabs are being brazenly ogled as they walk along the pier; when well-meaning white people interrupt people of colour to take a diversity photo (“You just look so glorious underneath this light, I couldn’t resist,” I heard one man say to Yassmin Abdel-Magied before asking her to pose for him); and when an Indigenous man is left shaking with rage after he hears the truth of our country’s history denied on a weekend of remembrance, it becomes clear that white Australia needs to be listening harder, and doing the work.

Tense past cultural essays

tense past cultural essays


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