The links below gives access to a range of resources that may be useful for African-Australian young people. These range from arts, culture and critique to mental health resources. There are various websites and podcasts linked that will allow you to gain a deeper understanding of issues relevant to this project. If you wish to download these links in a word document, click the button below.


  • Who’s Universal? The White West (podcast)

The podcast invites participants of the conferences and other experts to discuss the overlaps between metaphysical predicates and colonial formations.

  • Millennials Are Killing Capitalism (podcast)

A platform for organizers and activists fighting for social change to connect their local movements to broader movements centered around the fight to end imperialism, capitalism, racism, discrimination based on gender identity or sexuality, sexism, and able-ism.

  • Race Reflections: Rethinking inequality, injustice, and oppression

A growing community of thinkers, practitioners and organizers seeking to rethink inequality, injustice and oppression, their impact on our psychological worlds and on the world around us.

  • bilphena’s library (open access)

A celebration of black English and black language. A tool in political education. A place for communal learning.

  • Everyday Feminism: Inter-sectional feminism for your daily life

Everyday Feminism is an educational platform for personal and social liberation. Their mission is to help people dismantle everyday violence, discrimination, and marginalization through applied inter-sectional feminism and to create a world where self-determination and loving communities are social norms through compassionate activism.

  • Black Feminist Collective

An inter-generational group of Black feminists and feminism who stand for Black liberation in its entirety. Since 2017, they have been publishing the works of Black liberationists across generations, from articles about movements, book/film reviews, interviews, and poetry, with Black liberation intersectionality, feminism at their core. 

  • African Feminism

A pan-African feminists digital platform and collaborative writing project between African authors/writers with the long-term ambition of bringing on board at least one feminist voice from each country on the continent.

  • Kohl: A Journal for Body and Gender Research (open access)

A progressive, feminist journal on gender and sexuality in the Middle East, Southwest Asia, and North Africa regions. Kohl Journal is a biannual, multilingual, open access, and peer-reviewed academic journal.

  • Kweli TV

A streaming platforms that allows you to discover and celebrate black stories from around the world through curated independent films, documentaries, web series, kids programming, news, and events/live experiences.

  • Black Film Archive (open access)

A living register of Black films. In its current iteration, it showcases Black films from 1915-1979 currently streaming.

  • Kalahari Review

A weekly African literary magazine interested in material exploring modern Africa and Africans in unique and avant-garde ways. Telling new stories from everyday African life as told by the people that are living it. 

  • Isele Magazine

Founded in July 2020, publishes notable fiction, poetry, essays, interviews, and book news/reviews from writers on the African continent and around the world.

  • Doek! Literary Magazine

A free, independent, and Pan-African online literary magazine produced in Windhoek, Namibia. It publishes short fiction, nonfiction, poetry, and visual art from Namibia, Africa, and the African diaspora.

  • dichotomi magazine

A cultural archive dedicated to the multitudes and multiplicity of black creativity.

  • Broadwave (podcasts)

A curated network of Australian podcasts telling community-driven stories.

  • 3RRR The Score (radio/podcasts)

A weekly in-depth exploration of arts, culture, and media, featuring deep-dive interviews alongside an eclectic mix of music.

  • Fufu & Tibs (podcast)

Join African Aussie girls Gillean, Mary, Rebka, and Vanessa every second Tuesday as they dish out relatable content with a side of banter.

  • The Bittersweet Podcast

Spice up your week with the bittersweet podcast. A talk series centred around self-discovery, culture & relationships. Join hosts Rahel & Wintana every Monday, for your weekly dose of real, relevant & relatable conversations.

  • Being Biracial (podcast)

A podcast about navigating the world as a biracial person. Being Biracial was borne out of difficult conversations about racial imposter syndrome and the trouble of belonging as a mixed-race person.

  • The Moth (podcast)

Since its launch in 1997, The Moth has presented thousands of true stories, told live and without notes, to standing-room-only crows worldwide. Moth storytellers stand alone, under a spotlight, with only a microphone and a roomful of strangers. The storyteller and the audience embark on a high-wire act of share experience which is both terrifying and exhilarating.

  • The Black Youth Project

A platform that highlight the voices and ideas of Black millennials. Through knowledge, voice, and action, it works to empower and uplift the lived experiences of young black Americans today.



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