Quote of the Day

“I alone cannot change the world, but I can cast a stone across the waters to create many ripples.” ~ Mother Teresa

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Just what don’t they understand?

Life long advocate for change for our people, Brian Butler questions “Just what don’t they understand? The only thing that is going to solve the problems of this country is LATERAL LOVE, yet we still hear people say “what are we going to do?”. ‘They’ being humanity collectively, all people, our own people, people working […]

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? Question of the Day ?

How do you all think we can stamp out Lateral Violence and replace it with Lateral Love in our Families and Communities? Comments appreciated! Spirit of Uluru

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? Question of the Day ?

How many of us have experienced people we know or love behaving badly towards us recently? Frequent manifestations of lateral violence include: • nonverbal innuendo (raising eyebrows, face-making), • bullying, • verbal affront (overt/covert, snide remarks, lack of openness, abrupt responses, gossiping), • shaming, • undermining activities (turning away, not being available, social exclusion), • […]

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? Question of the Day ?

Rejecting Confirmation of Aboriginality for our young people – How many suicides have occurred due to this type of lateral violence? How many more must we endure before this shameful practice ceases? Spirit of Uluru

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? Question of the Day ?

What is Self Determination? and what does it really mean for an individual or organisation when they claim to support ‘self determination’? Spirit of Uluru

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Don’t let Self-Determination fall off the AGENDA!

After all the huff and puff about Aboriginal and Islander (including the Torres Strait) peoples being on track with closing the gap and all those organisations providing honest services in accordance with Community Control I am SORRY but this is not the case, self-determination principles are being even more corrupted and turned on its head. […]

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? Question of the Day ?

A culturally safe and secure environment is one where people feel safe and draw strength in their identity, culture and community. What makes you feel Culturally Safe in your place of work? Spirit of Uluru

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