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'I'm no longer invested in appealing to white women': Professor Chelsea Watego
[Kate Rafferty, nine.com.au]
Hairdressing is opening doors for Indigenous Australians and people with disabilities in remote communities
[Ailish Delaney, 7 news]
Mr Strachan decided to leave law behind and pick up the scissors to help broaden employment opportunities in remote communities across the NT.
Professor Watego, author of the best-seller essay series Another Day in the Colony, tells 9Honey that the "silence" from white feminists on race is what makes First Nations women keep their distance.
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