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Garick Lee and Zoe Bradfield share true and personal stories about their biggest critics.
A TikTok-inspired, lip-sync battle of Julia Gillard’s iconic misogyny speech provides a kicking off point for a discussion about politics, gender equity, and social media. Featuring Sisonke Msimang, Eduardo Araújo and Shenali Perera.
Combining stories from Centre for Stories’ anthologies Wave after Wave and To Hold the Clouds, Lit Live shares stories from emerging Western Australian writers. Featuring actors Sarah McNeil, Grace Chow, and Darius Williams.
In Indian Matchmaker, Rashida Murphy, Gerard D’cruz, and Saadia Ahmed take a closer look at Netflix’s ‘Indian Matchmaking’ and the real-life consequences of the billion-dollar marriage-industrial complex.
To kick off Side Walks 2020, Chris Lin spoke to emerging writers Gisele Ishimwe, Rafael Gonzalez, and Alexander Te Pohe about identity in the diaspora.
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