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A comic about racism in Australia. Growing up in regional Australia in the 1990s, I adopted the casual racism of the schoolyard. As an adult, I had to educate myself out of these racist attitudes.
In my Nineties kid childhood, internet access was a scarcity. Today, the internet is ubiquitous and is a major distraction.
Capitalism is the single dominant force that shapes our lives today. But for some reason it is taboo to discuss the system that contains us.
The uncanny parallels between alcohol Prohibition and the 'war on drugs'.
I am with the ABC and was interested in discussing a potential digital story with you about your comic - I used to be Racist. Please get in touch if this is something that you'd like to discuss.
Refreshing! Also love the background illustrations.
That same album did the same thing to me!!
I share a lot of similarities with you here.
I am also from Bundaberg, and also used to be racist, sexist & homophobic.
I also draw. I'm 31 this year.
But I went to Kepnock...
Keep up the good work Stu! I just received your post cards, I was in Cuba for a week and it really re-opened my eyes to the fog that IG etc. had spun around me like a spider's web. Hopefully I can come to Australia some day and we can meet in person, I think you and your art work are wonderful! I will spread the word, from the rooftops of Seattle and beyond. Thank You, Emilyapple
This is so honest and (probably) a lot of people's experiences.
Hi from Portugal. I have been following you for some time now and i really hope this is not some SJW stuff. If it is, i will still be following your stuff, but it is a pitty indeed.