Stop! the Forced Closure of Aboriginal Communities in Australia

Kia ora everyone,

I hope you are all safe and well and enjoying the freedom we have in our country compared to other indigenous cultures of the world. One of those being the Aboriginal people who are currently facing big changes to their communities due to the outright greed and injustice of this system of things. I think it is about time we stopped! and had a good look at ourselves. Is there something we can do to help our indigenous brothers and sisters of this land? If there is, Lets Do It!

Todays blog is dedicated to those struggling with these changes on their own lands by right who have been forced off and away from them for a long number of years but have fought continuously to be treated fairly like all other people and be given their essential human rights so that they may live happy, healthy and peaceful lives.

All I ask is for you yourself to be aware of the higher powers of this world who constantly are driven by greed, deception and continue to enslave the people of the land with laws and unnecessary forms of control. We are but people and God made us all the same – no matter the colour of our skin we should never be judged or treated indifferently for being this way. The only way to overcome this struggle is Love – the one thing that we have been denied access to or cut off from because of its great power to overcome all disasters of the world. We must reclaim it within our hearts and share it with all whom we can – Sending Love. xx

Be strong people and know that God is watching over us waiting for the right time to take over and wipe away your tears and pain. Keep on believing and having faith for the time is near and we ourselves are the only thing standing in the way of acceptance, acknowledgement and truth. Lets make the most of now and offer our skills and services to those in need. Arohanui Lee xx

I thought it was only right for me to start this blog off this way as I am going to add pictures of an Aboriginal exhibition I viewed with my Museum n Heritage Studies class last year in Auckland which I loved and shows the realness of the culture, history and continuation of injustice that I spoke of earlier. Hope you enjoy and please share this with your networks.

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Nga mihi

Lee 🙂

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