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21 hours ago

No to Violence

Congratulations Grace Tame, Australian of the Year 2021. And an amazing acceptance speech as well.

Grace’s advocacy and sacrifice has changed our society, providing greater choice to victim survivors of sexual abuse and enabling advocacy for an issue which has for too long been without a face.

Grace bravely went to the Supreme Court and won an exemption in 2019 which allowed her to talk about how, as a 15-year-old, she was repeatedly sexually abused by her 58-year-old maths teacher.

Tame’s case was a catalyst for the #LetHerSpeak campaign in Tasmania.

A well deserved acknowledgement and award for such an amazing human 👏👏👏
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21 hours ago

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Congratulations to Miriam Rose Ungunmerr Baumann on being awarded Senior Australian of the Year.

In 1975, Miriam-Rose became the Northern Territory’s first fully qualified Aboriginal teacher. As an art consultant for the Department of Education, she visited schools through the Top End, advocating for the inclusion of visual art as part of every child’s education.

Miriam-Rose later became the principal of the Catholic school in her home community before being appointed to the Federal Government’s advisory body, the National Indigenous Council.

An amazing leader. 👏👏👏
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