On location with a race-in-America reporter for the filming of an eye-opening documentary. Plus an exclusive video exchange with Aboriginal journalist Stan Grant.

Postcard From Australia: Souvenirs, Slang and Stereotypes

On location with a race-in-America reporter for the filming of an eye-opening documentary. Plus an exclusive video exchange with Aboriginal journalist Stan Grant.

Stan Grant's speech on racism and the Australian dream goes viral | Australia news | The Guardian

Stan Grant's speech on racism and the Australian dream goes viral | Australia news | The Guardian

Painting called: "The Last Supper", I bought it in 1995. At that time the only living actor was Marlon Brando. From left to right: Oliver Hardy, Stan Laurel, Elvis Presley, Clark Gable, John Wayne, Charlie Chaplin,MARILYN MONROE, James Dean,Humprey Bogart,Fred Astaire, Gary Grant, Frankenstein (Boris Karloff) and Marlon Brando.

Painting called: "The Last Supper", I bought it in 1995. At that time the only living actor was Marlon Brando. From left to right: Oliver Hardy, Stan Laurel, Elvis Presley, Clark Gable, John Wayne, Charlie Chaplin,MARILYN MONROE, James Dean,Humprey Bogart,Fred Astaire, Gary Grant, Frankenstein (Boris Karloff) and Marlon Brando.

‘To Adam’s ears, the ears of so many Indigenous people, these boos are a howl ... that echoes across two centuries of invasion.’

Stan Grant: I can tell you how Adam Goodes feels. Every Indigenous person has felt it

‘To Adam’s ears, the ears of so many Indigenous people, these boos are a howl ... that echoes across two centuries of invasion.’

Top Stories: Aboriginal Australians moving 'beyond the chains of history': Stan Grant

Top Stories: Aboriginal Australians moving 'beyond the chains of history': Stan Grant

Award-winning journalist Stan Grant was careful never to be typecast as ‘the Aboriginal reporter’. But the booing of Adam Goodes made him rethink his whole career. Here he explains why he’s now joining Guardian Australia as its first Indigenous affairs editor

Stan Grant: why, after years of foreign reporting, I'm now turning my focus on to my own people

Award-winning journalist Stan Grant was careful never to be typecast as ‘the Aboriginal reporter’. But the booing of Adam Goodes made him rethink his whole career. Here he explains why he’s now joining Guardian Australia as its first Indigenous affairs editor

Kim probable: Why North Korea is not unpredictable - and if they are pushed by the US, they will react | Stan Grant, 15 April 2017

Kim probable: Why North Korea is not unpredictable - and if they are pushed by the US, they will react | Stan Grant, 15 April 2017

At Poisoned Waterhole creek I tell my son about the slaughter of our people | Stan Grant | Australia news | The Guardian

At Poisoned Waterhole creek I tell my son about the slaughter of our people | Stan Grant | Australia news | The Guardian

Stan Grant: 'You don't throw off the shackles of your history that easily' - video | World news | The Guardian

Stan Grant: 'You don't throw off the shackles of your history that easily' - video

Stan Grant: 'You don't throw off the shackles of your history that easily' - video | World news | The Guardian

IF LANGUAGE TELLS US WHO WE ARE, THEN WHO AM I Stan Grant

If language tells us who we are, then who am I?

IF LANGUAGE TELLS US WHO WE ARE, THEN WHO AM I Stan Grant

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