Whose Responsilbility? Community antiracism strategies in NSW after September 11, 2001
Whose Responsibility? documents and analyses the many ways in which communities experiencing racism after September 11, 2001 have responded to prejudice, harassment and discrimination. As contemporary research is developing more complex understandings of racism and community relations, there is a need to develop innovative and sophisticated responses to moments of crisis. Where much existing research documents the extent of racism and its impacts, there is comparatively little research which explores the possibilities and the limitations of anti-racism work in Australia.
Dreher, T. 2006, Whose Responsilbility? Community antiracism strategies in NSW after September 11, 2001, UTSePress, University of Technology Sydney, Australia.