“About time we had a Voice” demand First Nations communities
An information session on the referendum and Voice to parliament was held at Broken Hill on Wilyakali country. (Image credit: Ben Fry / The Uluru Dialogue)
The Uluru Dialogue’s visit to Broken Hill on Wilyakali country was an ideal opportunity to educate and inform the local first Nations community about the upcoming Constitutional referendum and the Voice to parliament.
“Growing up wasn't easy; we struggled - a lot of us did and still do,” said Barkindji woman Jennifer Moore after an information session held there.
“We have our next generations growing up; I'd like them to grow up without struggling throughout their lives and not have to keep fighting for what we're fighting for now.”
Murrawarri woman Pam Handy said the session was very helpful and informative to the local First Nations community.
“It was a good session, especially around education, information sharing amongst our mob. It’s good for them to understand what the Voice is going to look like, and how it's going to fit into the system within parliament.”
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