Episode 14 - Tim Lo Surdo


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For our fourteenth episode, we sit down with Tim Lo Surdo, Founding Director of Democracy in Colour, Australia’s first national racial justice advocacy organisation led by people of colour.


Together we discuss the importance of political advocacy and campaigning, how Democracy in Colour is working to dismantle structural racism and how to be a strong ally for a number of impacted communities.

“We can have a really inspiring conversation [around racial and economic justice], bring people together around a positive vision. Not just fighting against something, fighting for something, for the world we actually want to live in, that we’ve wanted to live in since we were born, that we want our children to inherit.”

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You can find out more about Democracy in Colour on their website, Facebook or Twitter.

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