Every week, a different guest tweeter takes charge of Croakey’s rotated, curated Twitter account, @WePublicHealth, and uses the account to cover specific health issues or events.
Last week Melissa Sweet, managing editor of Croakey Health Media, tweeted about anti-racism resources. Here’s a summary.
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There were a few lists of thing you can do to educate yourself. Here’s one from the Centre for Best Practice in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Suicide Prevention at https://www.cbpatsisp.com.au/aboriginal-lives-matter/
And there were Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander journalists to follow.
Others listed in follow-ups include Jack Latimore, Amy McQuire, Rachael Hocking, Allan Clarke, Jodan Perry, Madeline Haymen, Tanya Denning, Karla Grant and Stan Grant.
Barack Obama popped his head in.
The link is to https://www.obama.org/wp-content/uploads/Toolkit.pdf
So did a children’s story.
And Melissa finished with a big one.