Sweatshop is devoted to empowering culturally and linguistically diverse communities through reading, writing and critical thinking. This talk will be based around the amazing work Sweatshop do for voices of colour in Australia.
Sweatshop is a literacy movement based in Western Sydney which is devoted to empowering culturally and linguistically diverse communities through reading, writing and critical thinking. The movement provides research, training, mentoring and employment opportunities for emerging and established writers and arts practitioners from Indigenous and non-English speaking backgrounds.
This event is part of Waverley Council’s United to end racism campaign. Find out more about the campaign at waverley.nsw.gov.au/united
Waverley Council is committed to building a welcoming, cohesive and resilient community where people of all cultural backgrounds can belong and participate in social, cultural, economic and civic life.
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