Teela Reid

Teela Reid is a proud Wiradjuri & Wailwan woman, lawyer, essayist, storyteller and co-founder of @blackfulla_bookclub, a platform that celebrates First Nations Ancestors as the original storytellers. Teela is a Senior Solicitor in Aboriginal Land Rights and the inaugural First Nations lawyer in Residence at the University of Sydney Law School.
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In these testing times, our Ancestors would show love and compassion

With the national debate leading into the Voice to Parliament referendum intensifying, we must remember to be kind to one another as an act of solidarity against racism. Wiradjuri and Wailwan woman Teela Reid reminds us that this is the way of our ancestors, and we need to continue this, no matter the referendum’s outcome.

High Ground highlights the power of storytelling to heal our history

Wiradjuri and Wailwan woman, lawyer and storyteller, Teela Reid, discusses the importance of story telling and honest conversations.

Change requires courage: We need all Australians to walk with us

This week I appeared on #QandA as one of the questioner’s to the Prime Minister regarding the Uluru Statement from the Heart. He sought to defend his dismissal of a proposed First Nations Voice to Parliament by relying on the fact we already have Indigenous MP’s in Parliament.

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