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Issue Details: First known date: 2017... 30 November 2017 of The Guardian Australia est. 2013 The Guardian Australia
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Omar Musa: Genocide Is the Basis for Racism in Australia, Naaman Zhou , single work review essay

'Being a migrant in Australia, according to the author, rapper and poet Omar Musa, is a lot like constantly applying for a visa to somewhere you already grew up. In twin releases due at the end of this month – a book of poetry, Millefiori, and a hip-hop album, Since Ali Died – Musa speaks of seeing too many non-white Australians caught out in the trap of the model minority: where you can spend your whole life trying to fit in, only to discover that some people never thought you belonged.' (Introduction)

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