I believe that times need to change. That is why I am standing for Senate in this upcoming Federal election for Australia’s First Nations Political Party.
I am sick of the Labour and Liberal governments using Aboriginal people and their votes. Each election time (the only time you see them for consecutive days) they come out selling their promises, but never deliver when they are in power. They use Aboriginal votes and ruin lives because they never consult or listen to remote areas when they make decisions for Aboriginal people. I want to be in government to represent remote areas Territorians who want respect for law, culture, traditions, language and using the land better.
This will be my focus if elected to the Senate.
Nothing has changed under Labour or Liberal.
I am a strong Aboriginal woman who will stand up and speak out for remote communities.
After all Yolngu people have been running our lives successfully for over 60 thousand years.
It is time we got control again.
Vote 1 AFNPP
above the line on the Senate paper
I am an Aboriginal woman born in Arnhem Land Northern Territory in 1943 from the Rrembarranga / Ngalakan groups and a member of the Millwarrparra clan of Roper River region.
I am a mother of three, grandmother of 10 and Great grandmother of three. I have lived in the Top End of the Territory all my life except to attend education institutes interstate.
I was the first qualified Aboriginal Pre-school teacher and Aboriginal Adult Educator in the Northern Territory.
I have been a member of community based organisations and groups all of my adult life.
Australia’s First Nations Political Party
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