Originally published by New Matilda on October 29, 2015 When Crabb breaks bread with the Morrisons and Macklins of the world she helps further marginalise the people being punished by their policies, writes Amy McQuire. ABC journalist Annabel Crabb last night began her sickeningly sweet profile of former Immigration Minister and current Treasurer Scott Morrison […]Read more "Junk Food Journalism: Why Annabel Crabb’s Kitchen Cabinet Is Toxic"
Originally published by New Matilda on August 4, 2015 On this day last year, a 22-year-old Yamitji woman died in custody after being jailed in South Hedland for $1,000 in unpaid fines. She had committed no crime. Twice in the lead up to her death the young woman was transported to South Hedland Health Campus […]Read more "A Year After Her Death, The Family Of Julieka Dhu Have Been Failed"
Originally published by Vice UK on November 10, 2014 from the series ‘The Banned Books of Guantanamo”. John Pilger on his own book: Hidden Agendas sets out to explain the nature of a rapacious power that never speaks its true name – that garlands itself with terms like “democracy” and regards itself as so exceptional […]Read more "Hidden Agendas by John Pilger"