“I was fearful that a 'Yes' vote would impact on my sovereignty.”
Campaigning for the referendum for a First Nations Voice to Parliament has focused heavily on how it will impact First Nations people now and into the future. How has that debate shaped legal educator, writer and Kulumbirigin Tiwi woman Mililma May’s vote?
On this episode of Blak Matters, the CEO and Co-Founder of Uprising of the People, which helps to support youth in the Northern Territory and to fight back against youth incarceration, speaks with Teela & MC about her work, her own experience of being arrested during a peaceful protest, and her journey in changing her vote in the referendum on the First Nations Voice to parliament.
Find out more about Uprising of the People here.
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