Recommended Reading

Recommended Reading

Allyship & Decolonisation
1. Working as allies: Qualities for being an Ally (pdf) + Other resources for Allies – Jen Margaret, AWEA
2. Contemporary Anti Colonial Self Determination Claims and the Decolonisation of International Law (pdf) – Amy Maguire, UN
3. Decolonisation is not a Metaphor (pdf) – Eve Tuck and Wayne Yang
4. Decolonisation and the Pacific – Tracey Banivanua Mar (Book)
5. Decolonising the Mind – Ngigi Wa Thiongo (Book)
6. Decolonising Solidarity – Dr Clare Land (Book & site)
7. Where do you fit? Tokenistic, ally – or accomplice? or Listen to the recording – Dr Summer May Finlay, Crokey Health Media
8. Being an Ally to First Nations People – University of Technology, Sydney
9. How to be an Indigenous Ally – Reconciliation NSW
10. White Privilege: Unpacking the Invisible Knapsack – Peggy McIntosh, Sovereign Union
11. Identifying White Race Privilege (pdf) – Jenny Tannoch-Bland
12. White Fragility – Robin DiAngelo (book)

Acknowledgement of Country

JAM! meets and works in ‘Mirring-gnay-bir-nong’ (Maribyrnong), which can translate as ‘I can hear a ringtail possum’, on the stolen lands of the Bunurong/Boonwurrung and Wurundjeri/Woiwurrung of the Kulin Nation. We acknowledge, recognise and respect their Ancestors, Elders and families as the traditional owners of this land who have never ceded sovereignty.

Warning – Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, please be aware that this website may contain images, voices and names of deceased persons.

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