The other side of the story

If you were an Australian of South Sudanese heritage, you would be scratching your head. The year has started tragically. State media inundated the…

Does a Sudanese youth criminal issue really exist?

The collective Sudanese population within the State of Victoria totals to just about 6000, accounting for significantly less than 1 percent of the entire…

The Critical Race and Whiteness Studies Journal is looking for a Reviews Editor

Critical Race and Whiteness Studies (CRAWS) is an online open-access journal aligned with the Australian Critical Race and Whiteness Studies Association (ACRAWSA), an independent,…

African refugee communities and the imaginary threat of Black male youth

We have the honour of opening the Voice section of the ACRAWSA Blog with Atem Atem and Hafsa Hersi’s respective responses to the media frenzy recently…

Friends of the Australian Tapestry Workshop’s Lecture Series: Guan Wei

On the night of Thursday 8th February, art-lovers gathered at the South Melbourne premises of the Australian Tapestry Workshop to hear the renowned artist…

Be the ACRAWSA Social Media Coordinator

The Australian Critical Race & Whiteness Studies Association intends to create spaces for scholars, activists and writers working on race and whiteness to present their work…

Call for Contributors to the ACRAWSA Blog

Welcome to the brand new blog of the Australian Critical Race & Whiteness Studies Association. This space is designed to give voice to academics,…

Review of Radical Skin Moderate Masks

ACRAWSA Vice-President, Yassir Morsi’s book, Radical Skin/Moderate Masks was positively reviewed in Ethnic and Racial Studies by Dr Rizwaan Sabir.…

ACRAWSA Statement on Invasion Day 2018

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