Juvenile detention centre as seen from distance and through a fence

The Violence of the Neutral State: The Institutionalisation of Racism in Juvenile Justice

In November 2017, the Youth Justice Coalition[1] (YJC) in NSW, a group of youth advocates, academics and children’s lawyers, released a report detailing the…

First Glimpse … Australia’s Operation Sovereign Borders: Racial Ideologies, Metaphors and Language of Legitimation by Finex Ndhlovu

Australia’s Operation Sovereign Borders: Racial Ideologies, Metaphors and Language of Legitimation by Finex Ndhlovu Border protection policies, notions of belonging, and national sovereignty have…
Race, space and architecture curriculum front cover

Race, Space & Architecture: Towards an Open Curriculum

This curriculum was shared with us by Suzi Hall and Huda Tayob from the London School of Economics. This project asks what a curriculum…
Orly Not

Coloniality, Race and Settler Resistance in Occupied Palestine: A conversation with Orly Noy

  ACRAWSA is happy to present a conversation with Mizrahi (Iranian-Israeli) activist Orly Noy during her visit to Australia organised by the Australian Jewish Democratic…

First Glimpse … Ghosts of Eugenics’ Past: ‘Childhood’ as a target for whitening race in the United States and Canada by Joanne Faulkner

Ghosts of Eugenics’ Past: ‘Childhood’ as a target for whitening race in the United States and Canada by Joanne Faulkner While in modernity childhood…

First Glimpse … ‘Global Citizenship’: A new manifestation of whiteness by Barbara Heron

‘Global Citizenship’: A new manifestation of whiteness by Barbara Heron In this paper, Heron argues that ‘global citizenship’ represents a new manifestation of whiteness…

2nd Sth Critical Philosophy of Race and Decoloniality Symposium

Shared with us by colleagues at the University of New England. TRANSGRESSION, FREEDOM AND SOVEREIGNTY OF KNOWLEDGE Keynote Speaker: Nelson Maldonado-Torres (Rutgers University) Abstract Submissions…

Love in the Time of Terror: Slam at Sydney Film Festival

Slam is a devastating film. Devastatingly good, devastatingly sad, and devastatingly accurate in its portrayal of racism in Australia. The camera turns its gaze…

Critical Race & Whiteness Studies Journal Re-Launch

After a hiatus of several years, Critical Race and Whiteness Studies Journal is re-emerging. In this much-awaited Inaugural Issue, we recognise the exceptional scholarship that the…
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