Lynda-June Coe ran for the Upper House in the NSW State election in March 2023. She is proud to stand with a party that prioritises people before profit, and has a commitment to continuing to grow the Greens movement and take government to task on the rights of Country and community. Meet Lynda-June:
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Ahead of the 2022 federal election, Tom Ballard from the Serious Danger podcast spoke to Dr. Tjanara Goreng Goreng, Greens senate candidate for ACT.
To change Parliament, we have to change those within it. On 18 October 2021 Dorinda Cox was sworn into Federal Parliament and made history as the First Aboriginal woman to represent Western Australia in the Senate. Dorinda Cox is a Yamatji-Noongar woman with a strong record of working for social justice in her community; locally, globally and nationally. Dorinda is the mother of two daughters...
Sovereignty, as the inherent right of First Nations peoples to exercise custodianship over land, water and sky, is the system of governance that looks after Country and community. It so happens that it is also what local government is supposed to do for our contemporary municipal communities.
This nation needs a Treaty. We can’t change the past, but we can build a better future and that starts with bringing people together. Senator Lidia Thorpe, Michael Anderson, Michael Mansell, Dorinda Cox & Celeste Liddle yarn about truth telling and Treaty.
Dr Tjanara Goreng Goreng introduces the concept of ‘sacred leadership’ – and shares how the knowledge and practices of Australia’s First Nations peoples can teach us all to be better, more humble leaders and custodians of our futures.
Most countries in the Global South have experienced colonisation, and the experience has left a long shadow that continues to extend to the present.