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A parliamentary inquiry into the Racial Discrimination Act has recommended that no major changes be made to the section of the Act that covers freedom of speech.
Australian Federal Police officers have charged a man over alleged terror offences in southern NSW.
As Australia welcomes an intake of Syrians fleeing the war-torn country, almost 100 local chefs will be celebrating the refugees' culture in a somewhat unconventional...
To mark SBS's "Face Up To Racism" #FU2Racism week, explore this collection of 10 movies and documentaries challenging preconceptions around race and prejudice.
Michael Portillo embarks on a new series of railway adventures across Europe, disovering new regions, cities and cultures through the eyes of followers of Bradshaw's...
A shocking number of black South Africans are using dangerous skin bleaching products to whiten their skin. We talk to young people who believe being whiter will help...
Insight brings together a group of trailblazers and ask the question "What does it take to break new ground?"
With a star-studded cast like this, 'When We Rise' is bound to be a television event to remember. But... where did you see that actor before? Here's a look at the...
Summer may be on the way out, but that doesn't mean that its delicious food has to go with it. Here are 8 ways to preserve those warmer weather flavours.
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WATCH: Date My Race

When looking for love, does having racial preferences amount to racism?
Want to experience Australia's wild and colourful menu beyond the major cities and touristy hotspots? Andy Allen curates the ultimate travel itinerary for...
A compelling photo series that explores the Muslim faith in Indigenous Australia, visually breaking down preconceived ideas and showing a rich and diverse section...
Academy Award-winning director Michael Moore's most provocative, subversive and hilarious documentary yet. In this riveting documentary, Moore plays the role of...
In episodes 13 and 14, sparks fly between Queensland couple Brandon and Ryan, Hayden gets to know Simone, Sally meets Matt both from country Victoria while...
Jimmy Kimmel has come under fire for making several jokes at the expense of people's names while hosting the Oscars. Coincidentally all of the names belonged to...
Is Australia racist?

Face up to racism with a season of stories and programs challenging preconceptions around race and prejudice. #FU2Racism

#FU2RACISM
There is rampant racism in Arab societies, but that still doesn’t make fairer-skinned Arabs “white”.
What’s the difference between having a “type” and fetishisation? And how does it feel when you’re constantly approached sexually and romantically because of your...
As part of SBS’s Face Up To Racism week, Yassmin Abdel-Magied takes a look at the science that can detect how racism works in the brain, and may offer a way to...
An Indian international student who was once fatally attacked in Melbourne and had 10% chance of survival, says Australia is not racist.
SBS Mandarin spoke to ordinary couples on the streets of Australia and found that dating someone from a different race can often come with some interesting...
One in five Australians has experienced racism over the past 12 months.  
Cycling on SBS rolls on into 2017 with a number of programs covering the latest from around the cycling world.
Togo striker Francis Kone has been hailed a 'hero' after saving the life of his opposing goalkeeper during a Czech First League match.
Ray Martin investigates with hidden camera social experiments capturing racism through the eyes of those who have suffered it & inspiring people standing up to it.
All the can't miss queer movies, TV shows and docos we've got coming up in the next fortnight.
Follow Reza Mahammad on an unforgettable trek to India's regal residences as he uncovers the fascinating history of royal food and feasting. Starts Wednesday 1...
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#WalkWithUs - Indigenous Stories
Indigneous pro surfer makes the cover of Tracks magazine, almost three years after a rival magazine ran an article calling him "ape-ish".
How much do we actually know about the history and concept of this sociological term which is rapidly gaining popularity?
They say three times a charm, but for Central coast surfer and Guringai man from Darkinjung country, Russell Molony begs to differ. He’s scored the top spot at...
The classic Australian novel Jasper Jones, which deals with race and xenophopbia in a small Australian town in the 1960s is making its big screen debut and...
Local women from Mornington Island, QLD have been working with designer and curator Grace Lillian Lee
The electorate of Batman is finally set for a name change, potentially to Simon Wonga, but is this gesture purely symbolic; is it erasing history; or could it be...
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The World Game
The LIVE football continues on SBS this week, with Sydney FC hosting Melbourne Victory in a top-of-the-table A-League blockbuster, while Manchester United are in...
Socceroos coach Ange Postecoglou has denounced Western Sydney's active support group as "juvenile idiots" and called for lifetime bans on Red and Black Bloc...
Their fans can give them a good clap, but the last team into the A-League top six will just be making up the numbers.
All the information about SBS's coverage of the Premier League, which commences with the 2016-2017 campaign.
Kazuyoshi Miura continues to show age is just a number after celebrating his 50th birthday in the only way he knows how, playing football.
All the information about SBS's coverage of the A-League for the 2016-2017 season.
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Long Reads
Ed Husic is known to some as 'the minister for basketball', to others as the first federal MP sworn in on the Quran. He became the first ever Muslim frontbencher under...
Nhill is now home to 200 Karen refugees from Myanmar. Far from dividing locals, the huge influx of newcomers – many of whom arrived traumatised, unfamiliar with...
A dux of her school, with marks that could send her to Australia’s most elite universities, Afghan-born refugee Kbora Ali instead made a ground-breaking decision:...
The kickbacks, cover-ups and constant surveillance at China’s state media juggernaut – as revealed by a woman seeking asylum in Australia.
Two women break decades of silence on their ordeal in the care of Australia's worst paedophile priest – and their disappointment with Cardinal Pell.
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