Failing is completely Fine. No, Seriously. My entire life has been a series of taking the seemingly harder road in hopes that the extra effort, heartache and perseverance will pay … Continue reading →
The Iraq Inquiry that was released a few days ago is about 2.5 million words long, making it inaccessible to most people. There is no point in a report like … Continue reading →
In December of 2015, though April of 2016, Nancy wore the hijab in her daily life as an expression of solidarity with the American Muslim community, and in support of freedom of religious expression.
The importance of remaining pragmatic and not allowing divisive language to permeate our media cannot be understated.
Growing up is an interesting experience. Not only do you grow to understand yourself better, you start to see the world with new eyes because you are exposed to the … Continue reading →
I grew up in an incredibly ethnically diverse part of Sydney. Our school’s Harmony Day events were always a flurry of colours, flavours and sounds that would tantalise the mind, body … Continue reading →
We didn’t care when blood was shed overseas. But the impacts of terrible policies are slapping us in the face directly now. The deaths are far too close to home.
People aren’t expecting long and eloquent explanations anymore. Just, y’know. A little bit of condemnation to reassure everyone that I’m still on the right team.
Before airing, Here Come the Habibis was bashed over and over for being ‘racist’ (you can see the trailer here). A petition was created, calling on Channel 9 to pull the show because … Continue reading →
Yesterday I wrote about my feelings on the attacks in Beirut and Paris which, as I predicted, helped me feel comforted and allowed me to get to sleep. Today I woke … Continue reading →