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Sue-Anne Hunter

Sue-Anne Hunter is a proud Wurundjeri and Ngurai illum wurrung woman and is committed to self-determination and advocating for the rights of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children and families. She is the chair for the Family Matters campaign
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Too many kids are growing up disconnected from their Mob, Country and culture

Aboriginal and Torres Strait islander families are continuing to be ripped apart and our ways of living eradicated and assimilated

My Inheritance: Personal Reflections of Sue-Anne Hunter.

As I reflect upon my pregnancy and the early months with my daughter, I realise that my thoughts and feelings around her being removed were very real for me. As real as it was for my Dad and Nan and the generations before them. It was never intentional on their part as intergenerational trauma never is.

Triggering trauma: the bushfire crisis

The bushfire crisis adds another layer of trauma and complexity to our people and can trigger past traumas. Not only as individuals, but as a collective community.

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