On International Women’s Day 2022, Sunny Grace reflects on its meaning and what she loves about womanhood.
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 Sentinel speaks with writer Kendall Feaver and actor Emily Havea about Wherever She Wanders, a new play tackling university rape culture.
From ScoMo’s mishandling of the Christian Porter affair, to the Taliban re-taking Afghanistan and NSW suddenly having an anti-abortion Premier, the fight for women’s rights is far from over, opines Sunny Grace.
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.
In July 1975, activist, journalist and Kings Cross local Juanita Nielsen disappeared, never to be seen again. In this – the first instalment of a three-part series of articles on the topic – John Moyle paints a picture of the Cross at the time.
Jim McIlroy reviews Radicals: Remembering the Sixties by noted Sydney activists and authors Meredith Burgmann and Nadia Wheatley.
The Sentinel speaks to Sydney author, translator, essayist, novelist and specialist China writer Linda Jaivin about her latest book, The Shortest History of China.
The Sydney Theatre Company’s “Home, I’m Darling” explores gender roles through one woman’s fetishisation of the stereotypical 1950s housewife.
The Sentinel speaks with theatre director Shari Sebbens about her funny yet scathing play, Seven Methods of Killing Kylie Jenner.
Though she’s largely forgotten, the legacy of activist, inventor, journalist, mother, poet, publisher and suffragette Louisa Lawson is enormous, writes Sunny Grace.