We caught up with Felicity Cull, the Head of Digital Content at the strategic communications agency Pesel & Carr to get some advice because we had experienced an massive increase of bots and racism on CTG social media in the lead up to the Referendum. It had gotten so bad, that we felt like we were losing control our own pages!
Felicity's tips helped us so much we just had to share them with you all - because at the end of the day Blak people should be able to read the comments! By taking action we can work together to create safer online spaces Mob.
With the Referendum date in full swing, and school being back for a little over a week, we have already had several conversations with First Nations students about the interactions happening in their classrooms now.
This blog shares perspectives from an Aboriginal student, Aboriginal educator and advocate, Shelley Ware, a KESO and a non-Indigenous high school teacher.
I left my ‘bubble’ to talk to people about the voice – it was better than I could have imagined. By Laura Thompson (Gunditjmara)
I thought doorknocking would mean butting heads with people who shared different values. But people approached the topic with curiosity and respect.