Calla Wahlquist on Muck Rack

Calla Wahlquist

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Reporter @guardianaus. Indigenous affairs, deaths in custody, human rights, weird animal yarns. Open DMs. calla.wahlquist@theguardian.com

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It me, your friendly local Harry Potter correspondent, on the new Voldy fan movie. It's not as terrible as you might think! But still quite bad in parts! #WatchingVoldemort  https://www.theguardian.com/film/2018/jan/17/harry-potter-voldemort-origins-of-the-heir-review 
RT @msmegwatson: HEY WRITERS! I'm a new Associate Ed at @crikey_news and am looking for pitches on everything politics/media/culture… https://t.co/uBLVSU9zqW
This from @riptiff is very good. "we need to avoid discussing them in overly simplistic, binary terms like “nice guy” versus “rapist” and “good sex” versus “assault.”  https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2018/jan/17/assault-is-not-a-feeling-the-aziz-ansari-story-shows-why-language-matters?CMP=soc_568 
"There’s a contrast between the 26th when you are hated for being black and the 28th when you are celebrated for being queer." My interview w/ two amazing young Aboriginal people who will lead the Midsumma pride march next Sunday.  https://www.theguardian.com/australia-news/2018/jan/17/mob-has-always-been-there-for-me-indigenous-drag-performers-to-lead-midsumma-pride-march 
"It got to the point that there were 20 people kicking me and the only people that stood up for me were Aboriginal women. Mob has always been there for me no matter what."  https://www.theguardian.com/australia-news/2018/jan/17/mob-has-always-been-there-for-me-indigenous-drag-performers-to-lead-midsumma-pride-march 
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