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Racism. It stops with me

Posted by default, on the 14-06-2013 @ 01:13PM

Yesterday, the Australian Human Rights Commission launched a new online anti-racism resource, What You Say Matters to educate young people about racism and to empower them to respond safely when they experience or witness racism. 

The resource includes a hip-hop video clip and online educational content, and is designed to encourage 14-17 year olds to reflect and to act safely in response to incidences of racism at school, in their peer group, sports club or communities. The music video clip features Indigenous hip hop artist Brothablack and was created with the participation of students from James Meehan High School in south western Sydney.

You can watch the video and check out the online content on the “Racism. It Stops with Me’ campaign website (http://itstopswithme.humanrights.gov.au/whatyousaymatters)

Racism. It Stops With Me

Posted by default, on the 22-04-2013 @ 02:13PM

Dear supporters,
Thanks so much to those of you who took action on the International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination to support the 'Racism. It Stops With Me' campaign. We were thrilled to see so many website articles and social media messages in support of the campaign.
Today, we are asking people to take a personal stand against racism by uploading their photo onto our new supporters photo gallery. We would be very grateful if you could encourage everyone in your organisation to upload and share their photos to this page.
The photo gallery is a powerful visual statement of support for the goal of eliminating racism in Australia, and a great way to involve your staff in the campaign.
Warm regards,
The campaign team
Anti-Racism Campaign and Strategy
Australian Human Rights Commission

Field 2

Posted by default, on the 12-04-2013 @ 07:52AM

Thank you to everyone that assisted with the working bees on field 2 from the start to yesterday (Thursday). Field 2 is now open for both competition and training sessions but caution should be taken around the temporary fencing that is in place where the dugouts and match directors box will be.