"Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures are inextricably part of the Australian identity, yet strangely omitted from our Constitution. Unless these types of unjust social conditions and power inequities are challenged, Australian society will forever be engaged in ameliorative interventions." In the words of Lilla Watson, 'If you’ve come to help me you’re wasting your time. But if you’ve come because your liberation is bound up with mine, then let us work together'. James, 30, from #Fremantle WA.
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Imagine if the first time your classmates heard the words 'Aboriginal' or 'Torres Strait Islander' at school, it was with shared pride and respect in our Constitution.
Recognition is more than just words on a page.
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