Tag Archives: Participation

SRC President’s Report: Participation

By Manu Risoldi Hey UNSW! Welcome back to Term 2! It’s been so wonderful to see so many students getting involved with Arc’s online initiatives, and continuing to check in with the SRC Collectives! I wanted to take this time to first reflect on the various kinds of major activism …

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Editorial Addresses: Participation

Jayden Kitchener-Waters, SRC Indigenous Officer Yaama Ganuu Ngaya Jayden Kitchener-Waters. Ngaya Gomeroi Mari Ngemba, wallabanay dhawan Tamworth.  The past few months have been extremely emotional, challenging and often tiring for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. The groundswell of support that we’ve seen across this nation from our non-Indigenous brothers …

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First Fleet

A photograph of an Australian coast in the daytime, where the ocean meets the cliffs; the water is blue, green, and white; the cliffs are sandy brown and green.

by Ava Lacoon-Robinson Content warnings: colonisation, violence, racism Part 1: PATERNAL HIStory History folded into a schoolgirl’s journal and locked with a key. It started with white man's rabid hunger. They were given a boat and a compass and devoured the world. Handed a gun, they took a big bite.  …

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My Son Used to Have a Mother

A photograph of a stained glass window, in a pattern of tiny circles. Light is shining through the centre.

by Daisy Skerritt Content warnings: imprisonment; drug administration and addiction; violence. Beyond the window of the rattling train Cattle grazed the thirsty hills In search of greenery  Lost to the burning rural sun. It was six hours into the silent journey When the weary eyed man  Extended a calloused hand …

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Breathing Parody

A photograph of a piece of shiny red fabric on a black background, appearing to be in mid-motion.

by Vedanshi Bhalodia Content warnings: rape, child abuse, gore, PTSD, smoking.This piece engages directly with the above content. If these issues bring up anything difficult for you, please take care, consider skipping this piece, and find support resources below. Lifeline: 13 11 41Beyond Blue: 1300 22 4636 | Beyond Blue …

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