First a heads up: Mamamia only refers to January 26th by its date, to acknowledge that it is not a day of celebration for all Australians. To hear about January 26th from a First Nations perspective listen to Allira Potter's chat with artist Rachael Sarra on Fill My Cup here.
And if you would like to learn more about what to do on January 26th if you're an ally, listen to Allira Potter’s Fill My Cup conversation with Megan Waters here.
Now, on today's episode we are looking at Prince Harry part two, to ask the question is strip billiards really a game? Can you really blame someone else for you wearing a racist costume? And should you have better prepared the love of your life for the reality of living with your (royal) family?
It's all in a days work for the Cancelled courtroom.
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