Ronan Farrow - Antidote 2018
One of the most famous journalists in the world today, Ronan Farrow's work for the New Yorker has been integral to the #metoo movement. As a result in part of his reporting multiple powerful men have been held to account, and millions of women have found a voice to call for a stop to sexual harassment and violence. He has also written extensively about politics, his most recent book, The War on Peace, is a defence of international diplomacy. The session was chaired by Guardian Australia editor Lenore Taylor.
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Ta-Nehisi Coates - Antidote 2018
Author of some of the most seminal essays on contemporary American politics, interviewer of Barack Obama, and writer on Marvel’s Black Panther comics, Ta-Nehisi Coates is a powerful and influential cultural force. He spoke at ANTIDOTE 2018 with Richard Fidler.
Now What Do We Do? : Maureen Dowd - A...
Long-time columnist for The New York Times, Maureen Dowd is one of the most recognized and most read newspaper writers in the world. At ANTIDOTE 2018 she was joined by her friend and fellow journalist Julia Baird for a wide-ranging conversation about that covered everything from fake news to "tha...
Race, Power & Privilege - Antidote 2018
Megan Davis, Ta-Nehisi Coates and Sisonke Msimang reflect on the legacies of colonialism that play out in issues of race across both Australia and America. Beverley Wang chairs this discussion about implications of slavery and dispossession, over-representation in prisons, institutionalised racis...