As Australia marks National Volunteer Week, 18-year-old Joe Visser opines that despite volunteering being seen by many as an activity for old people, it’s also a great way for young Australians to make a difference to their community.
Half a century ago, Australia’s first commercial gay magazine, William & John, was launched. Now, Gary Nunn reveals the riveting story behind the publication and its trailblazing publisher, John Baker.
The Sentinel meets the world’s most controversial and polarising gay activist, Peter Tatchell, ahead a screening of the Hating Peter Tatchell documentary at the Mardi Gras Film Festival.
Sylvie Ellsmore, City of Sydney Lord Mayoral candidate for the Greens, speaks to the Sentinel ahead of the 4 December NSW local government elections.
The Feminist Walking Tour on 7 November will be an opportunity to show support for and learn about women’s, LGBTQI+ and Aboriginal rights and struggles.
Jim McIlroy reviews Radicals: Remembering the Sixties by noted Sydney activists and authors Meredith Burgmann and Nadia Wheatley.
Elizabeth Usher explores new loss, cherished memories and vegan hope in the time of Covid.
Artist and activist Ailie Banks sits down with the Sentinel to discuss her community work encouraging young women to make their voices heard.
Documents obtained through a GIPA request show the University of Sydney has engaged in surveillance of staff and students who were organising against course and staff cuts last year.
Sydney actor, dancer, poet and powerhouse Mel Ree tells the Sentinel all about her spoken word night, Revolution Renegade.
Cassy Judy combines a legal career with ocean swims, veganism, activism, transgender rights projects and music.
Though she’s largely forgotten, the legacy of activist, inventor, journalist, mother, poet, publisher and suffragette Louisa Lawson is enormous, writes Sunny Grace.
Sydney vegan performer and activist Carolyn Ienna talks animal rights, ethics, disability and racism.
Student activists at the University of Sydney are fighting for the right to protest, following draconian police clampdowns.
Amnesty Portrait Award-winning artist, socio-political author and environmental activist Guy James Whitworth sits down with the Sentinel.