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Postcard | 21 Nov 2012

My mother Muriel Mona Olsson is the most amazing woman. Her vision of making a better world has been a hands on mission - working in Pika Wiya - the Aboriginal Health Clinic in Port Augusta when it opened, then into reconciliation around Australia and the world.

Postcard | 19 Nov 2012

Humanity inspires me. The ability of people to demonstrate strength and solidarity as they stand up for what they believe in and fight for it all in the name of making the world a better place.

Postcard | 30 Oct 2012

Hearing stories of the early days of Aboriginal health centres and reflecting on the strong organisations that they have become today.

Postcard | 29 Oct 2012

The children I teach are a great inspiration for me. They are so loving unconditionally and they bring joy to me every day.

Postcard | 26 Oct 2012

I look forward to the day when all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples are recognised as the First Australian.

Postcard | 25 Oct 2012

My mum inspires me the most. Growing up in my childhood she was a single mother raising 9 Children.

Postcard | 22 Oct 2012

I would like to see our cultural identity accepted by the mainstream with more 'ease', that would be a huge move forward to healing the past and to the protection of important cultural heritage.

Postcard | 18 Oct 2012

The dreams and aspirations of youth realised and achieved.

Postcard | 17 Oct 2012

I would love to see every Indigenous child in remote Australia be able to read and enjoy the experience of books.

Postcard | 16 Oct 2012

I would like to see more young people proud of their culture and succeed in whatever their dreams may be.

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