Tom Lutz is a man of many talents, but it is his iconoclastic nous, particularly in analysing his confused homeland that stands tall.
In my experience, I believe the modern concept of cultural appropriation is flawed. Frankly, I believe that it has totally spun out of control.
It certainly seems that the official line in Australia is a fear of the other. Despite a new government in power, the message remains the same.
With the conditions on new citizens tougher, it begs us to ask not only who we are, but what we expect.
With the Strathfield City Council voting to ensure all shop signage is English-centric, the effects of a move in such a multicultural suburb is plain to see.
The proposed changes do nothing but subject potential Australians to unnecessary financial hardship and a series of uniform tests to prove something unique as their “value”.
Multiculturalism, Max Walden explains, is the main wall that separates Australia from the European Union.
Franca Arena wishes a very happy 40th birthday to SBS Radio and takes us back to where it all began, when there were no channels through which Sydney’s diverse ethnic communities could be heard.
We Aussies love to bring up the values that make up the national character, writes Yassmin Abdel-Magied, but do we all practice what we preach?
As Australia Day 2015 approaches, Alexander Porter offers a gentle reminder that it is as important as ever to celebrate it for the right reasons…whatever they are…
Celebrating Harmony Day via one colour, orange, makes no sense to Alexandra Connor…it’s meant to be about diversity, isn’t it?
Akira Lasker has been reading the news headlines and thinks it’s time to sort the fact from the “White Australia” fiction.