ACAR Report – O-week 2016

Hi there! The Autonomous Collective Against Racism (ACAR) is a space for people of colour, Aboriginal/ Torres Strait Islander persons, those from ethnocultural backgrounds, or those marginalised by white supremacy.

As your 2016 ACAR Office Bearers, we’re here to be a point of contact between students and the SRC. Our goal is to represent the voice, greater interest, and desires of the students in our Collective. We’re also here to offer general advice and support to students and groups on campus regarding race, racism, and white privilege.

And, yes, we have a crazy exciting year planned in 2016!

From social gatherings, workshops, activism, festivals, film screenings, and creative opportunities, we are committed to fostering an inclusive space on campus and online where students can come together to meet other like minded-people, while dismantling stereotypes (and having fun!).
In the next few weeks look out for auditions for the inaugural ACAR Revue. This is an opportunity for you to show off your singing, dancing, acting or comedic writing prowess to the student community.  Interested in sketch comedy that challenges and entertains while educating and perplexing the most conservative of audiences? This is for you.

To meet the family, search ‘Autonomous Collective Against Racism (ACAR)’ on Facebook, and come say hello at ‘DIVE-RSITY Ethnocultural Welcome at the Quadrangle (3-5pm Wednesday 24th of February).
As your 2016 ACAR Office Bearers, we’re here to be a point of contact between students and the SRC. Our goal is to represent the voice, greater interest, and desires of the students in our collective. We’re also here to offer general advice and support to students and groups on campus regarding race, racism, and white privilege. Feel free to give us a shout anytime at etho.cultural@src.usyd.edu.au

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