FWF2020 Culture of Violence — Recommended Reading

NICOLE LEE
Book recommendations
My Name is Why, Lemn Sissay, Allen & Unwin 

Online recommendations
Podcast by
Teri Yuan on stories that explore the systems, practices, and policies that enable gender-based violence and oppression and solutions to end it.
Podcast by comedian
Nelly Thomas, whose trademark is a combination of intelligence and warmth.

Dr KYLLIE CRIPPS
Online recommendations
Dr Kyllie Cripps and Daphne Habibis investigate the needs of Indigenous women and children who are severely over-represented in rates of domestic and family violence.

DR EMMA FULU is the author of Domestic Violence in Asia Globalisation, Gender & Islam in Maldives, Taylor & Francis Group.

Book recommendations
Such a Fun Age, Kiley Reid, Penguin Random House
Girl, Woman, Other, Bernardine Evaristo
Luster, Raven Leilani, Pan Macmillan

Online recommendations
Intersectionality Matters, a podcast that brings intersectionality to life.
Hey Aunty!, a podcast for black woman, fems, non-binary siblings in Australia.

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