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31 years of silence, we stand – 31st Annual Silent Domestic Violence Memorial March

On Tuesday 7 December in Forrest Place, Perth, we marched for the 31st time, under a new wave of leadership and activism. We marched with the Centre for Women’s Safety and Wellbeing and 650 members of the public, domestic violence survivors, families, service providers and advocates as we told our stories loudly and evocatively, then … Continue reading 31 years of silence, we stand – 31st Annual Silent Domestic Violence Memorial March

16 days of Activism

#day1 Gone are the days when what happens in the bedroom stays in the bedroom. If it involves misuse of #power #control and #inequality DON’T BE SILENT WHEN YOU SEE VIOLENCE! “Silence breeds violence” I am colouring your world #orange #orangetheworld #generationequality #16days Love Always Tinashe Angeline La Real Raw Relatable

Polygamy

#barika my foot! #polygamy for who and why? These are just my own #personal thoughts from what I have learnt here on earth so far. Besides the person running the show enjoying sexual satisfaction from multiple partners what does the rest get besides: Gossip, Arguments, Fatherless children, Hatred, Violence and abuse, Manipulation, Murder, Witchcraft, Fights, … Continue reading Polygamy

World Mental Health Day

This year, I have asked myself on numerous occasions, what is #mentalhealth because the word felt overused. The good thing about life, is that every day is a school day and I am learning,  #mentalhealthawareness I questioned my identity, I questioned who I am, what I do, how I behave and how I speak?

Interview with Tinashe La in 2019 – Interviewed by Rita Saggar

Tinashe La, migrated from Zimbabwe where she had witnessed domestic abuse and violence in her community. She shares her own personal story as a survivor of domestic violence and recognising abuse for what it was. She speaks about navigating spousal visas as an immigrant in Australia, and taking control of your own life, choosing to … Continue reading Interview with Tinashe La in 2019 – Interviewed by Rita Saggar