Some notes about your anthem
The culture of Aboriginal people has been here for over 60,000 years - this country is not young. And not acknowledging that is erasing us.
CLIMATE CHANGE AFFECTS THOSE WHO LEAST CONTRIBUTE TO IT
We seem to know about global warming; we know that polar bears are dying out due to melting ice caps, we’ve been told to ride our bikes instead of drive our cars. We know it’s better to take the train into work and to eat less meat. While these recommendations should be considered, they all relate to a colonial way of living.
Meet the creatives: Lydia Rui on why storytelling is the remedy
The reality of what we can see on screen makes way for empathy, better communication, forgiveness, understanding and patience. It gives pause for a moment for people to understand each other.
Aretha Brown unpacks the Invasion Day Debate
Aretha Brown is an Indigenous Activist from Nambucca Heads, NSW—Gumbaynggir country, who entered the public eye after giving a powerful speech at the Invasion Day Rally in 2017 when she was just 16 years old.
DRMNGNOW - The power of Ancestors
WATCH: This work is about survival. This work is about the power that drives that survival. This work is about the power of Ancestors, the blessing of Ancestors. The importance to recognise Ancestors.
BE. is a global creative collective dedicated to establishing new pathways to champion young people. Our vision is to shape an ever-evolving ecosystem that represents all types of communities and reflects the world we want to create. Our commitment is to cultivate unique and nurturing opportunities where young people are seen, valued and heard.
Reflecting on the BE. Launch Party
Our intentions have been set for a new chapter of the BE. story that has been one and a half years in the making—we are super excited about it all!
Our first publication for BE. CURIOUS is here! Filled with so many incredibly beautiful culturally diverse contributors.
SELF LOVE MAG
The theme is SELF LOVE and we’re stripping it right back to its purest form—learning to love ourselves.
How to be a boss? Taking ownership and going for the things that speak the most to you.