Is Australia racist?

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

Exploring race on screen

Programs airing on SBS and SBS VICELAND that tackle issues relating to race and the community.

Date My Race presenter Santilla Chingaipe explains why rejecting a race of people isn't just a preference, what had her crying on the show, and why she is deleting...
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...
While the answer might appear obvious, documentary Is Australia Racist? proves that the question is complex.

Date My Race

Attraction. That impossible to define phenomena that determines whether we want to shag someone, shack up with them, or hightail it the hell outta there.
The Golden Globe winning half-hour series Atlanta is coming soon to SBS VICELAND. Believe the hype - the surreal Donald Glover comedy Atlanta is absolutely the...

Facing Up

Face up to racism and challenge preconceptions around race and prejudice.

Spectacular long range strike

Nancy's Eler scored this 40 yard wonder strike against US Orleans
Bundjalung Woman, Amelia Telford has been named as the 2015 Australian Geographic Young Conservationist of the Year. Originally from Tweed Heads on the New South Wales far north coast she joined the Y...
NITV News
One of the leading causes of death for Indigenous Australians is suicide. Each one of these statistics is a life: a family member, a friend, a colleague. In recognition of R U OK and World Suicide Pre...
NITV News, NITV News Week In Review
Anti-nuclear protesters have come together for the fifth consecutive Walkajurra Walkabout to oppose energy company's Toro Energy uranium mining project.
Living Black
This week on Living Black we take a look back at some of the sports stories featured on the program in 2014. We speak with former NRL star turned champion boxer, Joe Williams about his battle with dep...
Desperate Measures
Eric Deeral (14 December 1932 - 5 September 2012) was an Australian politician who was the second Australian Aboriginal elected to an Australian parliament and the first to a state parliament.
Films
Director/co-writer David Zellner discusses his film about the remarkable true story of a Japanese woman who, after watching Fargo, travelled to Minnesota in the hopes of finding the movie's hidden mon...
Cultural Atlas

Want to learn about the countries that Australia’s biggest migrant nations have originated from? Take a look at our Cultural Atlas…

Indigenous conversations

Stories bringing Indigenous into Australia’s identity. Celebrating inspiring groups and individuals.

Spectacular long range strike

Nancy's Eler scored this 40 yard wonder strike against US Orleans
Bundjalung Woman, Amelia Telford has been named as the 2015 Australian Geographic Young Conservationist of the Year. Originally from Tweed Heads on the New South Wales far north coast she joined the Y...
NITV News
One of the leading causes of death for Indigenous Australians is suicide. Each one of these statistics is a life: a family member, a friend, a colleague. In recognition of R U OK and World Suicide Pre...
NITV News, NITV News Week In Review
Anti-nuclear protesters have come together for the fifth consecutive Walkajurra Walkabout to oppose energy company's Toro Energy uranium mining project.
Living Black
This week on Living Black we take a look back at some of the sports stories featured on the program in 2014. We speak with former NRL star turned champion boxer, Joe Williams about his battle with dep...