Professor Bronwyn Fredericks, Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Indigenous Engagement) at The University of Queensland, has urged Australian organisations, institutions and individuals to make submissions to the Federal Government’s Indigenous Voice Discussion Paper and to embrace the gift of the Uluru Statement from the Heart.
Fredericks was guest at Croakey’s rotational Twitter account @WePublicHealth last week, tweeting about the Uluru Statement, constitutional enshrinement of an Indigenous Voice to Parliament, and general public health issues including #COVID-19.
She alerted followers to support they can tap into from the Uluru Statement Dialogue and UNSW Indigenous Law Centre, for pledging support to the Uluru Statement and making a submission on the Indigenous Voice proposal.
Her fantastic stint at @WePublicHealth coincided with Queensland’s snap COVID-19 lockdown, the extension of the Indigenous Voice submissions deadline to 30 April and took us over the Easter long weekend to Minjerribah, North Stradbroke Island.
Here’s a selection of her tweets and conversations and links to many excellent resources below.
Bronwyn Fredericks tweets:
Calls for action
Hearts and flowers, food and Country
Reading, watching, listening
Recommended reading/listening/watching from Professor Bronwyn Fredericks via @WePublicHealth tweets, including via this thread.
Sana Nakata: On Voice, and finding a place to start
Gabrielle Appleby & Eddie Synot: Constitutional conversation, institutional listening and the First Nations Voice
Dani Larkin: Membership Models for an Indigenous Voice: What does representation mean for First Nations?
Gabrielle Appleby & John Williams: The First Nations Voice: An Informed and Aspirational Constitutional Innovation
Bronwyn Fredericks: an Indigenous Voice: the time for action is now
Noel Pearson: It’s time for true Constitutional Recognition
Video: Uluru Statement Week of Action event with Professor Megan Davis and Professor Bronwyn Fredericks
Megan Davis: Voice at the crossroads
Megan Davis: The Voice to Parliament: Our plea to be heard
Megan Davis, Noel Pearson podcast: Indigenous Australians – The Promise Of The Future
Podcast: Speaking from the Heart: Pat Anderson with Professor Sharon Bessell and Dr Arnagretta Hunter
Pat Anderson: An Aunty’s fight
Gemma McKinnon: Symbolic recognition not the way forward
Video: universities and the Uluru Statement, with Professor Megan Davis, Dr Dani Larkin and Eddie Synot
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