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Lynda-June Coe

Lynda-June Coe is a proud Wiradjuri and Badu Island Yinaa from Erambie, Cowra NSW. She is a cultural educator, teacher, activist and PhD student currently living on Wonnarua Country
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Structural Reform – dissent is not a mandate for disrespect

As we continue to fight for justice, land rights, self-determination and structural reform, it is critical we remember homogeneity is a colonial concept. We are diverse and dissent does not mandate disrespect.

Leaders of Aboriginal Tent Embassy denounce fire at old Parliament House

The Aboriginal Tent Embassy to this present day is a site for remembering our collective resistance and our unceded sovereignty.  Leaders of the Embassy announced they did not endorse, support or mandate the actions which resulted in the fire at old Parliament House.

Black liberation – it’s time to be on the right side of history

The years of assimilation are slowly coming undone with the resurgence of our cultural identities and a returning to our traditional ways after generations of beatings by the hands of state-sanctioned violence.
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