Monthly Archives: September 2017

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Silent protest in Mexico ’68

One sporting event that had a big impact on me and people of my generation was the Black Power salute by Tommie Smith and John Carlos at the 1968 Mexico Olympics. They were supported by Australian sprinter, Peter Norman. It … Continue reading

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The Committee to Expose the Public Trustee

The Committee to Expose the Public Trustee is a group of family, carers and friends of people who are clients (some prefer the word victims) of the Public Trustee. We were all struggling in our personal circumstances against the Public … Continue reading

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Insomniac’s Balm

It is 3.17am. Sleep doesn’t come. I can hear the sound of trauma. It is distant yet right here It is a nightmare yet I’m awake It is silence yet that silence is deafening It is subversion played out by … Continue reading

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Fighting City Hall

Community defends homes I attended a picket this morning to hear residents saying that Lytton Road, East Brisbane is wide enough. The group that organised the picket challenged Councillor Quirk at a ‘civic cabinet’ meeting at the Russian Club hall … Continue reading