The Anti-Bias Stories blog is a community space for educators and teachers to share their anti-bias stories of practice, policy, professional engagement and learning. This blog is edited by Kathy Gelding, Dr Kathryn Bown and Dr Red Ruby Scarlet. If you would like to submit a blog piece, please email it to: foundation(%20at%20) or if you would like to be a guest editor, please contact us on the same email address.

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Posted by Rachel Ho, Early Childhood Educator on

Never in my life have I ever felt comfortable admitting that I was good at something! Perhaps this is because I didn’t feel like I was good at anything. But what is ‘good’?...

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Posted by Kay Bryan, Early Childhood Teacher on

Acknowledging and embedding Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures into early childhood settings is something I have always felt is the ethical thing to do. Doing this...

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Posted by Brigitte Mitchell, Early Childhood Teacher New South Wales, Australia on

This edition shares new stories and new voices from the Early Childhood Education and Care (ECEC) sectors in Australia and abroad. These voices include senior academic...

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Posted by Cassandra Way, Early Childhood Educator and Student New South Wales, Australia on

Being an early childhood educator can sometimes be an isolating experience. Yes, we are surrounded by a limitless source of families and children, each with their own experiences...

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Posted by Martel Menz, Vice President Early Childhood Australian Education Union Victoria, Australia on

In Latin, advocacy means “to call to one’s aid.” I like this. It evokes images of collectivism and unity, of people standing side by side working together for a shared...

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Posted by Marnie Saunders, Annie Dennis Children’s Centre Victoria, Australia on

If you had told me over 12 months ago that my kinder group was taking action to support Asylum Seekers in Australia, I would have laughed and said “how?”. Well, that is...