As I private citizen is feel it is beyond question that a First Nations Voice to Parliament must be enshrined in the Constitution. Without this fundamental step I can’t see how we, as a nation, can begin an honest journey onto the path of reconciliation. We must walk together and we must listen. Non- First Nations Australia must listen to the voices of those who have been spoken over for over 200 years. Enshrining the voices of First Nations peoples is an essential step to ensure these voices are heard and respected. Finally.
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