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Amritha Shakti on Self Love as Radical Activism
Amritha Shakti is shaping her own path one song at a time. By tapping into her musicality and vision to explore identity and belonging she is putting into place a new way of being as a young woman of Australian-Indian Tamil background.
In Episode 26 of Brown Girl Pod, Amritha talks about her version of self love, how a trip to India changed her path and taught her trust herself to lead the way.
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Episode 25: Grace Dlabik on Following Your Vision
Grace Dlabik is the creative and visionary force behind BE Collective Culture and BE One Creative; a space for expression by young free thinkers.
In this special conversation Grace shares how she navigates the spaces she occupies as a mother and woman of colour seeking out how to be of service to her community.
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Episode 24: Rashmi Patel Writes for Representation
Rashmi Patel grew up reading Russian fairy tales and surrounded by a community of scientists. Today she spends her time working as a business analyst and honing her craft as a writer.
In this week’s episode of Brown Girl Pod we chat with Rashmi about how her intercultural experiences informs her world view, writing about the #metoo movement, and finding precious time to honour her creativity.
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Episode 23: Allira Potter Reclaims her Independence
Allira Potter is a proud Yorta Yorta woman who is creating her own path with intention. Allira has started her own creative business, she’s an ambassador, and model; all while finishing her university studies in media and communications.
In Episode 23 we chat about the great balancing act of a slashie, the influence of her grandparents, finding her strength with culture, and what it means to reclaim her independence.
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Rewind: Sydney is Cancelled Creates Space
We’re rewinding the Brown Girl Pod Catalogue to Season 1 when we recorded a special bonus episode with Sydney is Cancelled.
Sydney is Cancelled was created from a need for a safe and inclusive space for creatives of colour. The catalyst is explained in the episode, so no spoilers.
Sukrita and Radhika have created a welcoming community of creatives and makers who simply want to create their happy place - where their experiences are valued and acknowledged.
Episode 22: Gerii Pleitez on Writing Your Own Way
Gerii Pleitez is a writer and creative on a mission. Today we sit down to chat about her creative process for writing her first booking and launching Kara Sevda Press, what it means to write your story honestly, and how she navigates being a third culture adult.
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Inspiring stories and conversations
These interviews offer an inspiring glimpse into the lives of women who are paving their own way. Deborah always has thoughtful questions and I very much appreciate the work she is doing to amplify these voices. Thank you for your work, Deborah!