Welcome to Edition 7 of AM-UNITY Magazine! In this issue, we turn the spotlight on Indigenous justice, refugee rights, social enterprise and ethical travel. Inside you’ll find interviews with street artist Peter Drew and Academy Award-winning filmmaker Eva Orner. In a bid to change the conversation, we take a closer look at how the language used to discuss refugees influences attitudes. Singer-songwriter Aden Brim contemplates the healing power of music for Indigenous communities, a theme further explored in our poignant review of documentary Prison Songs. In this edition, we also introduce you to some ingenious social entrepreneurs who are making it easier for us to consume with a clear conscience. Check out the full edition here on Issuu!
An interview with Adelaide street artist Peter Drew, the man who’s daring Australians to rethink what it means to be an Aussie.