"Yes and..." With Safina Stewart & Gershon Nimbalker from CommonGrace.org.au

October 06, 2023 01:15:43
"Yes and..." With Safina Stewart & Gershon Nimbalker from CommonGrace.org.au
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"Yes and..." With Safina Stewart & Gershon Nimbalker from CommonGrace.org.au

Oct 06 2023 | 01:15:43


Show Notes

On this episode of the InVerse Podcast join us as we discuss with Safina Stewart and Gershon Nimbalker from CommonGrace.org.au the upcoming vote on 14th October to change Australia’s constitution to recognise First Nations Peoples and establish a Voice to Parliament.

Safina Stewart is a proud Wuthithi and Mabuiag Island woman who grew up cross-culturally in New Zealand, Papua New Guinea and Australia. Safina is passionate about culture, education, the arts, justice and faith and is Common Grace's Relationships and Storytelling Coordinator. Safina lives with her family in regional Victoria on the lands of the Bunarong people.

Gershon Nimbalker is the National Director of Common Grace and founder of Sojourners Social Change Consultants. He has more than 15 years of experience working in advocacy, policy and research, as well as leading and growing grass roots movements to campaign on issues of social justice. Gershon lives on the lands of Awabakal peoples in Newcastle, NSW with his young family.

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