Be brave, make change

by Brighton Council

Five years after the Uluru Statement of the Heart was first read in the Australian parliament, Reconciliation Tasmania is calling on young Tasmanians to make their own statement of change. The Statement was an historic consensus of Indigenous leaders pushing for constitutional recognition of First Australians. Reconciliation Tasmania wants to hear from young people about how they will be brave and make change. Kids in grades 5-12 can submit a proposal through art, music, writing for film, with a chance to read their statement of change at the Youth Speak Out 2022 in November at Government House. Enter via youthspeakout@rectas.com.au before 30 September.

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