A Revolution in the Making
Tabitha, Dylan, Eamon and Mabel are a family whose heritage spans three Aboriginal nations: Gunditjmara, Ngarrindjeri and Meintangk Boandik. Tabitha is a storyteller, poet and freelance writer whose work centres around activism and the abolition of the prison industrial complex. Dylan and Eamon established Revolution Ware to share their art and stories with the world.
“The name Revolution Ware was chosen because our existence as Aboriginal people is an act of radical resistance, and self-care in the capitalist colony is a revolutionary act.”
Revolution Ware helps to fund Undercover Kindness, a campaign founded by the family and organised by Mabel. The campaign was established to encourage other people to choose kindness, because the family believes that being kind can really change the world – a smile at a stranger or a pay it forward coffee; it all helps makes this world a nicer place to be.
Meet this impressive family as they join Bec Harcourt (Program Manager, Indigenous Business Education, UNSW Business School) in conversation.
This conversation is part of a series hosted by Bec Harcourt, UNSW Business School for Indigenous Business Month @UNSW events dovetailed with UNSW 2020 Diversity Festival https://www.edi.unsw.edu.au/