Stories of systematic racism is a 50 minute show that unravels the meaning of systematic racism using story, dance, rap and song. It uses art to explore the social and institutional powers that support the oppression of a “racial other” in Australia. This performance combines both personal story and well researched statistical facts that will leave the audience with a basic emotional and intellectual understanding of how racism operates.
Join us at the QUT CUBE at the end of conference day one at 5.30pm for what will no doubt be an incredible performance by the team from Voices of Colour, before wrapping up the day’s events at the Welcome Reception at QUT’s Gardens Point Theatre.
Voices of Colour, a Brisbane-based youth led collective that creates spaces for young artists from diverse backgrounds to share poetry, rap, dance and any other forms of creative expression.
Time: 5.30pm – 6.20pm (50 mins) | Thursday 13 February | QUT CUBE | Purchase your ticket here!