Cultural history and family heritage are what make Australians unique and special. Throughout your lifetime, your cultural identity might have varying levels of importance to you. When you're growing up surrounded by a culture that's different than the one at home, cultural beliefs can also cause conflict in families.
Learning to navigate your cultural identity
You don’t have to choose between your ethnic and Australian identities. Hear how these young people learnt to be proud of their cultural identity.
What to do if you're experiencing racism
Learn what you can do if you’ve been the target of racism or discrimination. Racism is not okay and you don’t have to deal with it alone.
How to find your trusted person when you need support
During tough times, it's important to have someone you can talk to. Wangkatha man Benjamin (Woobilie) Stubbs shares his tips on how you can find your trusted person.
How to cope when you feel like a spokesperson for mob
Four First Nations content creators share how they cope when they feel burdened by cultural load.
Wickie's story about dealing with racism
Wickie shares how talking to her coach helped her to deal with racism.
How to talk to your parents about wellbeing
In some cultures, wellbeing and mental health aren't really spoken about. Here are our tips on approaching this conversation.
Connecting with your Aboriginal culture through dance
Wangkatha man Samuel (Wirrdapi) Stubbs shares how dance has helped him and his family connect to culture.
How Leeza reconnected with her cultural identity
Read about how Leeza reconnected with her Filipino cultural identity and learnt to balance her Australian culture with her heritage.
How to cope when things outside of your control happen overseas
It can be hard being away when something bad happens back home. Here are our top tips for coping when you don’t know what to do.
Madhuraa’s story: ‘You don’t belong here’
Dealing with racist jokes and casual racism can be hard. Read Madhuraa’s story to learn how she coped and learnt from her experiences with racism.
What to do if you're dealing with a racist teacher at school
Coping with racism at school or dealing with a racist teacher is really tough. Hear from Meissa Mason on how to look after yourself and report racist incidents.
Australia is one of the most multicultural countries in the world. Here's how you can celebrate Harmony Week or Harmony Day.
Support services for culturally and linguistically diverse young people
If you’re going through a tough time, you don’t have to do it alone. You can get support online, through your community or from a professional. Find someone who gets you.
Understanding a different culture
You’re surrounded by different cultures and races everywhere you go. Here are some ways you can understand cultures that are different from your own.
How to be an ally to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people
Learn how to be a useful and respectful ally to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
Outback Tom yarns with mob about being a good ally
Yorta Yorta man Tom Forrest aka Outback Tom yarns with First Nations folks about how allies can actively participate in reconciliation and be there for mob.
Conflict between family and culture
It can be tough to navigate what you want versus your family’s expectations. Get some strategies to help you through this and maintain relationships.
How to support people from different cultural backgrounds
We can all make a difference in stopping discrimination and racism in its tracks. Learn how you can support people from different backgrounds and those who experience racism.
Understanding racism and how to spot it
What is racism and what does racism in Australia look like? Learn ways to spot and stop racism in this handy guide created to help answer these questions.
Why cultural appropriation isn't cool
You may have seen the term ‘cultural appropriation’ here and there, but what actually is it? Learn what it is and what the big deal is.
What Chinese New Year means to Roseanna
Roseanna shares her story of what Chinese New Year means to her, and how she celebrates.
Support services for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people
If you’re going through a tough time as an Indigenous person, here’s a list of places where you can talk to someone who will understand what you’re going through.
Sancia shares what her Aboriginal culture means to her
In this short story named Totem, year 10 student Sancia Ridgeway explores the importance of her family and culture.
Where do you feel like you belong?
From big community gatherings to hanging out with friends at the beach, these young people chat about where they feel like they belong.
Rebecca Hatch on being a role model
Rebecca Hatch reflects on the two cultures in her life, and what this means for young Australians and the music industry.
Culturally diverse LGBTQIA+ support services and groups
Wondering what support is available for LGBTQI young people from diverse backgrounds?
7 shows that *actually* have culturally diverse casts
Sick of not seeing yourself represented in TV shows? Check out our fave diverse shows.