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Traditional Owners: leaders

“One of the things that I do remember from my childhood and schooling was that there was no separation of the non-Indigenous and First Nations students at school. What that meant is that I was used to being a leader and spokesperson for all the school students,” says priest and Wakka Wakka man The Rev’d Canon Bruce Boase

Aunty Rose charmed Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk and all others in attendance with her warmth at the 2021 Queensland Australian of the Year Awards, which were held on Tuesday 10 November 2020. Aunty Rose was awarded 2021 Queensland Senior Australian of the Year.

Aunty Rose awarded 2021 Queensland Senior Australian of the Year

Queensland Anglican Aunty Dr Rose Elu received the 2021 Queensland Senior Australian of the Year Award at a ceremony on Tuesday night in recognition of her community advocacy and work in the climate change space


NAIDOC Week: history, origins and this year’s activities

“The founder of NAIDOC Week, William Cooper, was a devout Christian and he asked Australian churches to start praying for Aboriginal peoples on what was originally known as ‘Aborigines Sunday’. Christians as a whole have played a significant role in the history of First Nations peoples and our future depends on us learning, working and walking together,” says ACSQ RAP Coordinator Sandra King OAM, who also tells us what NAIDOC Week events and activities are being held between Sunday 8 and Sunday 15 November