Submissions: Your Feedback

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As an Australian citizen I support the Voice to Parliament and the Uluru Statement from the Heart.
This voice must be enshrined in the constitution so that it can not be legislated away by a party who may hear uncomfortable truths from that voice.
The Voice and the Uluru Statement will ensure Australia becomes a fairer place and a practical help to indigenous Australians horrendously impacted by colonisation.
We all need to honour First Nations people for their 60,000 years of knowledge and connection to this country. These people, by definition, have incredible insight into how we can manage this land in a more sustainable and connected way.
More recent arrivals in this country need to be enfolded in the Australian story to truly belong and that story is the indigenous story.