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Published on Mar 25, 2015
Opinion Piece is back on @NITV Ch34 this Friday 27th March 2015 with an all-female panel discussion on Treaty.
'Opinion Piece - Women Speak Out For Treaty' features a panel of articulate women including Arrernte-Alyawarra Elder Rosalie Kunoth-Monks, Gurindji/Malngin/Mudpurra artist Brenda Croft who organised the 45th Anniversary Commemoration of the Wave Hill Walk-off in 2011, which former Australian Prime Minister, the late Malcolm Fraser sent a video message to. Brenda shared the video clip at the forum, as a reminder of a what great leaders like Malcolm Fraser can contribute to the cause for Aboriginal rights and recognition. Also on the panel, Wiradjuri artist Amala Groom, who is a board member of National Congress of Australia’s First Peoples and Gamileraay writer, Natalie Cromb.
The forum was moderated by journalist Jeff McMullen and organised by the Stop the Intervention Collective Sydney to mark the United Nations International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination 2015. Additional video supplied courtesy of ‘Concerned Australians’ group.
The program is one hour duration and can be viewed on the SBS On Demand Website.