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Recently I attended a training event which focused strongly on family and domestic violence, the area in which I am employed. The Victorian Government’s Royal Commission into… Read more “The Violent Labor Government – Protect Djab Wurrung Country”
It has been three years since I called out racism on the social media platform Facebook and with Adam Goodes publically sharing his story, I have been… Read more “Reflection: Impact of calling out racism”
This piece is dedicated to my Aboriginal sisters and brothers who have to use the court system when experiencing family violence. Sometimes we have no choice and… Read more “For Mob – Self-Determining Your Court Day”
Elijah Doughty a child of the dreaming, born 14 years ago. Elijah Doughty a child of the dreaming, born as an Aboriginal child; where your people and… Read more “Elijah Our Dreaming Child”
There are a lot of things I wish someone had of told me, this piece outlines only some of them, I could write a book about all… Read more “Things I Wish Someone Had of Told Me”
10 reasons why Daylesford is not the place to be I feel a great need to reveal the intense racism and oppression that is currently thriving within… Read more “Daylesford – The Place NOT to Be”
In April 2017 I sat at my house on Dja Dja Wurrung Country (Hepburn Springs) and felt the need to write about everything I was experiencing at the time.… Read more “The Draining Bath”