June 12, 2020
Monday recos: BLM
Over the next month, we’ll be using our weekly recommendations story slides to share the voices and the stories of BIPOC that we’re reading, watching, listening to and learning from. We acknowledge our privilege and want to use our platform to amplify those voices. You’ll be able to find links to resources mentioned in our bio, in the hopes that it may encourage some of our followers to swap social media scrolling time, for active education. We have donated to the following organisations: @healingourway @childrensground; and have pledged ongoing support to @grassroots_ptr We whole-heartedly stand behind all BIPOC. #blacklivesmatter Victoria, Nicole, Selenna & Josh x Pictured: Dr. Jane Cooke Wright, a physician who was among the cancer researchers to discover chemotherapy. Jane’s father, Dr. Louis Wright, was one of the first black people to graduate from Harvard Medical School. Read more about Jane’s incredible life below.

This list will be updated every week as we continue to educate ourselves. Head to our IG stories each Monday to hear what we learnt about the BLM movement.


Why Are All the Black Kids Sitting Together in the Cafeteria? By Beverly Daniel Tatum

Our Law By Cornel Ozies, Taryne Laffar and Sam Bodhi Field

Dear White People By Justin Simien

Bendigo Art Gallery



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No Filter: Narelda Jacobs Interview


Dr Jane C Wright’s achievements

Girl, Woman, Other by Bernadine Evaristo

The Yield by Tara June Winch

Dark Emu by Bruce Pascoe

Anti-racism resources from Goodgoodgood

Invisible Man by Ralph Ellison


Minnesota Freedom Fund

The Healing Foundation

Children’s Ground

Pay The Rent


Lowanna Skincare