It’s a crucial time to listen and learn, so we asked the Marlin team what they’re reading, watching and hearing at this moment to help them comprehend the global reckoning with racism.
Updated as of 28 July 2020
- 13th on Netflix
- When they see us on Netflix
- Run The Jewels – every album they have made is worth listening to
- The Breakdown with Shaun King (podcast)
- Anti-Racist Baby (a book for kids)
- How to Be Anti-Racist by Ibram X. Kendi
“This article questions whether the charity sector is doing all it can to embody the values of equality and justice” – Karl, Founding Director
“This story about the Uluru statement is a really important and beautifully illustrated book that highlights the truth about Australia’s history, in an age-appropriate way. My 4 year-old has been learning a lot about First Nations people and this wonderful book supports his learning.”
– Sophie, Communications Strategist
“I’m listening to this book on Audible, so every time I’m in the car or cleaning up I find myself in a really uncomfortable but eye-opening conversation about being white and confronting racism. Highly recommended!”
– Miriam, Copywriter
“Bruce Pascoe takes the distorted gaze of racism and white supremacy to task by reappraising the earliest written testimonials of new settlers, European explorers to the Australian continent. This astounding and inspiring piece of research reveals the untold or hidden truth of indigenous technology, agriculture and culture.
Like most White Australian I was brought up to believe that Indigenous Australians didn’t cook, didn’t build, didn’t have homes, didn’t have community, didn’t invent anything and were essentially passive in the face of settlement. I was lied to by my school system, by my family, by my community.
Thank god for this book and the door it opens to further study and engagement with first nation Australians, for all Australians.”
– Clayton, Creative Director
“I found this podcast incredibly insightful, inspiring and learnt a great deal.”
– Catherine, Creative Strategy Manager
“I’ve been following Holiday Phillips, a racial justice writer and educator. I have found her Youtube videos so helpful when talking to people who disagree with BLM, and deny racism. One form of allyship is talking to groups and people, family and friends who disagree with your views. I’ve had tough conversations with my conservative family members and some friends and Holiday’s resources have helped me navigate those conversations really well.”
– Jasmine, Account Director
“This video of Darius Simpson & Scout Bostley performing “Lost Voices” is a surprising and unexpected expression of empathy that gives a voice to the voiceless, whilst providing a moment to reflect on racism, white privilege, and inequality for both women and people of colour..”
– Sarah, Senior Designer