Climate Change, Social Justice, Your Stories

The Wind That Kills

In December 2012, my family and I lived in Sabeto below the hill when our tin house was destroyed by Cyclone Evan. We used to attend Masimasi Primary School which was close to our home. It was raining when we visited my aunty who was sick in bed. We tried to return home but the […]

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Climate Change, Culture, Social Justice, Your Stories

Lisa Jameson

My name is Lisa and I’m a proud afakasi, representing both sides of my heritage. I’m Samoan and Australian, born in New Zealand, and raised on Bribie Island, Queensland. My family villages are Sapapali’i, Lalomanu and Satalo. My culture is important to me and informs everything I do, from the way I think, to my […]

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Climate Change, Social Justice, Your Stories

Moemoana Schwenke: Equality, Environment and Embracing Pacific Culture

At the age of 15, Moemoana Schwenke is one of few female Siva Afi (fire dancers) in the world, challenging gender stereotypes while pushing her own limits of fearlessness. The connection she shares with her Polynesian culture is so strong that it influences almost everything that she does, from performing arts and promoting equality to advocating for the preservation […]

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Climate Change, Social Justice, Your Stories

Fenton Lutunatabua and Climate Change

We’ve been following Fenton Lutunatabua’s work for a while, after discovering him on Instragram, the place where creatives connect and can build meaningful working relationships. To begin with, we were inspired by the photos he’d post, and even more so by the stories we’d read via his writings on his blog, The Other Foot. After a few weeks, […]

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