Catholics in Coalition for Justice and Peace for the Uluru Statement

We encourage our supporters to engage with the Uluru Statement and send us their stories, and this week we are excited to share this creative take from the Catholics in Coalition for Justice and Peace.

STORIES FROM YOU

“We had such fun making the film, which was shot at Bobbin Head in the Kuring-gai National Park, which has significant Indigenous historical sites. Featured in the film are Sr Margaret Hinchey, Sr Anne Lane, Sr Marie Butcher, Cecily May, her daughter Rosalie Wickham, and Rosalie’s boys Oliver and Tom, and Cecily’s son-in law Jim with his two children Clara and Gabriel. For the actual filming we are indebted to Mary Bowe, who has spent many hours editing and refining.”

– Anne Lane pbvm, Convenor, Catholics in Coalition for Justice and Peace

 

Thank you to all those in the Catholics in Coalition for Justice and Peace who were involved in putting together this video.

Your stories are what bring the Uluru Statement from the Heart to life.

The Uluru Statement was delivered to the Australian people, and we hope its words inspire us all to reimagine a better and more unified future for all Australians.

Tell us what the Uluru Statement means to you.

Send us your stories to info@fromtheheart.com.au to be featured in our Stories From the Heart series.