Rapt! celebrates and promotes social cohesion by featuring the stories of minority communities to a broader Australian audience. Common produced many emotive pieces for this Government initiative.
Brothers in Need are a faith-based community organisation. After the devastation of the fires in Wauchope – Brothers in Need did their part to help and support the relief effort. With no scripted content, this is a simple demonstration of Aussies helping Aussies.
Hazem Sedda is like no one you’ve ever met. Owner of the forever viral Redfern Convenience Store, he’s seen the area go through a dramatic change over his 20-year tenure. 7up half full kinda guy, incredibly humble, and bursting with infectious energy – it’s no wonder people travel around the country and the world to visit his store.
Kwame Yeboah’s life story is anything but a free kick. From humble beginnings on the Gold Coast, he’s played abroad in Germany and is now back in Oz honing his skills for the Western Sydney Wanderers. We sat down with Kwame to discuss culture, confidence and the importance of hard work.
Known to many as the world’s first hijabi ballerina, Stephanie Kurlow isn’t your average teenager. Super switched on, 110% dedicated to her mission in becoming the first profession hijabi ballerina and is as mentally as poised as her en point. We sat down with Steph to explore her struggles, what makes her spin and life’s chaos.