Tania Major is a Kokoberra woman from the remote community of Kowanyama in far North Queensland. She is recognised as a leader and advocate for Aboriginal people at the national and state levels and within the communities of Cape York. She was awarded the 2007 Young Australian of the Year in recognition of her work.
Tania Major speaks up in Geraldton for National Reconciliation Week. It's time to change it up!
A sausage sizzle and light refreshments will be provided.
Tania believes that with good education and mentoring, Aboriginal people's cultures can provide a strong cornerstone for Australia as a nation. Tania will speak of her own experiences to show that by spreading the word and extending a hand to each other, all Australians can build strong bridges between cultures and work towards change.
- When: Thursday 28th May 2015
- Time: 4:00pm – 5:00pm
- Where: WA Centre for Rural Health – 167 Fitzgerald Street, Geraldton
Contact Veronique Thomas on (08) 9956 0225 or email Veronique.email@example.com for more information.