Striving for Ethics on Stolen Land


Striving for Ethics on Stolen Land

Sun 03 Oct , 6.00pm – 7.00pm AEST Closed Captions

This continent always was and always will be Aboriginal lands, but then what does it mean to be a non-Indigenous writers working on stolen land? How can non-Indigenous writers striving for success under colonisation also strive for allyship to Indigenous peoples, stories and cultures? NYWF is proud to fascilitate this vital and ongoing conversation between First Nations and settlers with this deadly panel of non-Indigenous and Indigenous writers.

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