Features December 10, 2018

Voice For Change: 
It’s honest, it’s truthful, it’s real life

Voice For Change: 
It’s honest, it’s truthful, it’s real life
Image: Mirrah (Supplied)

Voice For Change is bridging the gap for minorities as multicultural artists speak out about overcoming adversity and tackling challenges head-on.

Voice For Change is an online content documentary series featuring some of Australia’s favourite artists and sports people from multicultural backgrounds.

Back for season 2, Voice For Change mentors share their personal journeys and challenges including racism, feelings of disenfranchisement and social inclusion.

The second series is set to inspire viewers in overcoming adversity and show how harnessing the power of music can change lives.


Episode 1 ft. B Wise

Kicking off season 2 is the return of 2017 Voice For Change mentor B Wise. B Wise is a Sydney based hip hop artist and son of an Australian born mother and Nigerian father. In his video he talks about using music as tool to convey his messaging and through increased popularity, it has given him the chance to use his medium to speak the things he wants to say, not just the things he can say.

“You have a right to be here, just like I have a right to be here. Keep you head up and keep it moving.” – B Wise

VFC2 Episode 1: B Wise

Hear B Wise talk Area Famous, being educated, keeping your head up, your tongue sharp and leaving a legacy. Is your voice a #voiceforchange?

Posted by Voice for Change on Tuesday, 6 November 2018


Episode 2 ft. Krown

Moving on to episode 2 with Krown, a 20-year-old Sudanese born rapper based in Melbourne who has a big voice and a lot to say. Krown talks of his responsibilities of being the oldest of many children and makes the point that the media manipulate negative perceptions to the general public about migrant families – to the point where they don’t even know that their own ideas are.

“I just want to see unity, peace and love and all the positive stuff. I don’t want to see racism…Say hi to your neighbour no matter where he is from, what colour he is or what race he is.” – Krown

Tomorrow we share the powerful, raw and inspirational story and perspectives of Krown. Krown stands for unity, he stands for the youth, he stands for change.Get ready.

Posted by Voice for Change on Monday, 12 November 2018


Episode 2 ft. FlexMami and Mirrah

This morning we share the stories of FlexMami and Mirrah Reflects.These incredible ladies talk questioning if you’re…

Posted by Voice for Change on Monday, 19 November 2018


Episode 3 ft. FlexMami and Mirrah.

These two incredible artists talk on feeling not good enough and how their appearances have hindered their careers. As confident, strong and inspirational women, their interview is uplifting and affirms that the only person you can truly let stand in front of yourself if you.

“If seeing someone who looks like me conjures up a certain thought, then let’s talk about that. We can be minimising our thoughts and beliefs just because they don’t mirror our own.” – FlexMami

“I’m not black enough and I’m not Asian enough. It tears me apart because it’s 2018 right now and I’m like ‘why are you questioning that I’m not enough of anything right now’.” – Mirrah

This morning we share the stories of FlexMami and Mirrah Reflects.These incredible ladies talk questioning if you’re…

Posted by Voice for Change on Monday, 19 November 2018


Episode 4 ft. Majak Daw 

The fourth of eight episodes to be released this season is returning 2017 mentor Majak Daw. A true leader in the community, Majak draws from his community work alongside his career as a professional AFL player. Majak Daw talks of the extreme differences between life in Australia and life in war-torn South Sudan, being a role model and his life-long goal of being a voice to bring the two cultures and communities together as one.

“If I can inspire my younger brothers and sister and other kids from the community then I will be pretty happy. Once footy finishes… I really want to make a change in this country and I want to be the bridge between my culture and the Australian culture.”

VFC2 Episode 4: Majak Daw

Majak Daw talks being the bridge between cultures, inspiring and standing up for the community and creating opportunities for youth.With other inspiratons such as Aliir Aliir, Majak is standing for change.Is your voice a #voiceforchange?

Posted by Voice for Change on Monday, 26 November 2018


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