Homeland Truths: The Unspoken Epidemic of Violence in Indigenous Communities - Jacinta Price





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Published on Jul 7, 2016

Jacinta Nampijinpa Price is a Walpiri/Celtic woman who grew up in Alice Springs. In 2015, Jacinta was elected into Alice Springs’ Town Council and is deeply involved within her community as well as remote communities of the Northern Territory. Jacinta advocates against violence against women and the need for positive cultural change. Through the platforms of music, women’s AFL, and local government Jacinta has worked to empower young Indigenous girls and women while campaigning for the need for Indigenous people to take back responsibility to resolve entrenched issues.

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