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Giving One Nation its racist platform

It’s difficult to see how there was ever any good reason for the mainstream media to give ...  
The NRA: Fear, hatred, and how to sell guns

The NRA has been keeping people living in fear through the media in order to keep selling guns and ...  
Extremist political parties are a danger we can end

The dangers presented by political parties stirring anti-Islamic sentiment can be prevented when ...  
White supremacist terror: The new Australian export

Bilal Cleland examines the role played by the media in the Islamic immigration discussion and the ...  
Racism and multicultural Australia: The significance of Eggboy

The good news is, in multicultural Australia, the Fraser Annings are on the wane and the Will ...  
Morrison changes tack on 'toxic tribalism' but stays on message

In the wake of the Christchurch massacre, Morrison has called for an end to “toxic tribalism ...  
Wren's week: Tragedy, prejudice and white supremacism

This week, John Wren grapples with the pure senselessness of the Christchurch tragedy, imploring ...  
EDITORIAL: Eggboy versus Anning

That a young boy cracked an egg at an obnoxious racist politician might be seen as amusing, but it ...  
After Christchurch: Business as usual in racist Australia

The Coalition Government and media organisations are tacitly allowing the status quo of racism and ...  
A day of celebration: The Human Rights Act

The passage of the Human Rights Act strengthens democracy and the accountability of governments. ...  
BOOK REVIEW: 'Say Hello' by Carly Findlay

Suresh Rajan reviews a book by an extraordinary young woman with an inspiring story for anyone ...  
Australia and the overpopulation myth

The overpopulation, anti-people scare campaign sends xenophobic and racist messages.  
EDITORIAL EXCERPT: Nazis in Parliament — the enemy within

So, now we find Nazi sympathisers in our Federal Parliament. It is not hard to imagine what our ...  
Dutton, Morrison and Prakash: The politicising of Muslim extremism

Dutton's removal of Neil Prakash's Australian citizenship has again focused attention on extremism ...  
Can democracy survive social media 'road' rage?

Like road rage, social media rage can have far-reaching and devastating consequences, writes ...  
“Always follow your dreams”: One woman’s story from Cambodia

“You should always have a dream,” Rossokna told me. She’s a 39-year-old woman from Cambod ...  
Wren's week: national security, climate change and LGBTI discrimination

This week, John Wren discusses the dangerous way our politicians frame national security, the ...  
The Coalition's 'natural' Government for Australian women

The Coalition's deeply-rooted problem with women is worsening, writes John Passant.  

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