Woman speaking into a microphone at a rally

Pass It On!

Intergenerational conversations about protest and activism

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Online/Zoom connection $5

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Panel series in partnership with Deakin University

Pushing back, rising up, speaking out!

Pass it on! Intergenerational conversations about protest and activism is a panel series that will explore the pride and passion of protest in a historic and contemporary context.

Join the Immigration Museum and Deakin University as we discuss what happens when people use the power of a collective voice to speak out loudly against injustice. From small moments of activism to large acts of rebellion intended to disrupt, we all have a story to pass on.

Linking to the recently launched exhibition Becoming You: An incomplete guide this series will draw on the stories of individuals by exploring themes including the role of media and changing the narrative to sexuality and accessibility.

Panel #1: Thursday 14 October: Queering Ethnicity
Panel #2: Thursday 18 November: Rebellion and Creativity
Panel #3: Thursday 16 December: Media and Activism

Onsite tickets include after-hours access to Becoming You: An incomplete guide until 9pm.

Speakers Panel #1: Queering Ethnicity

Speakers Panel #2 Rebellion and Creativity

Sponsored by the Asian Media and Cultural Studies Network, Deakin University


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