57 min

Season 2 The Trials and Triumphs of a Trailblazer with Yvonne Weldon Humanity Works

    • Business

In 2021, Yvonne Weldon made history as the first Aboriginal Australian to be elected to City of Sydney Council. In this conversation with Craig Forman Yvonne talks about the challenges and gifts of growing up amongst struggle and racism, what it means to be a trailblazer, the good and the bad and the personal and historical significance of being named 2022 NSW Aboriginal Woman of the year.

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Show Notes:
Councillor Yvonne Weldon - https://www.yvonneweldon.com.au/

NSW Aboriginal Woman of the Year
https://www.sbs.com.au/nitv/article/2022/03/09/yvonne-weldon-named-nsw-aboriginal-woman-year

Lord Mayor Run
https://womensagenda.com.au/latest/yvonne-weldon-is-the-first-aboriginal-person-to-run-for-lord-mayor-of-sydney-she-wants-to-bring-integrity-back/
https://indigenousx.com.au/grassroots-activist-to-politician-yvonne-weldon-and-team-unite-making-history-for-first-nations-people/

Sixty-Seven Days, by Yvonne Weldon


Credits:

Host: Craig Forman
Writers: Alessia Campagna and Craig Forman
Producer and Editor: Alessia Campagna
Technical Producer: Anthony Watson www.luma.city
Executive Producers: Leonie Rothwell and Marcus Worrall
Marketing & Promotion: Valerie Saindon and Sophie Callahan

We would like to acknowledge the Traditional Owners of the land on which the podcast is taking place today. We pay our deep respects to all Elders past, present and emerging.  We would also like to extend that respect to any Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples listening today.

In 2021, Yvonne Weldon made history as the first Aboriginal Australian to be elected to City of Sydney Council. In this conversation with Craig Forman Yvonne talks about the challenges and gifts of growing up amongst struggle and racism, what it means to be a trailblazer, the good and the bad and the personal and historical significance of being named 2022 NSW Aboriginal Woman of the year.

Explore Sprouta’s Activation Pack full of free tools and resources to help you drive impact. Go to www.sprouta.com/activate

Show Notes:
Councillor Yvonne Weldon - https://www.yvonneweldon.com.au/

NSW Aboriginal Woman of the Year
https://www.sbs.com.au/nitv/article/2022/03/09/yvonne-weldon-named-nsw-aboriginal-woman-year

Lord Mayor Run
https://womensagenda.com.au/latest/yvonne-weldon-is-the-first-aboriginal-person-to-run-for-lord-mayor-of-sydney-she-wants-to-bring-integrity-back/
https://indigenousx.com.au/grassroots-activist-to-politician-yvonne-weldon-and-team-unite-making-history-for-first-nations-people/

Sixty-Seven Days, by Yvonne Weldon


Credits:

Host: Craig Forman
Writers: Alessia Campagna and Craig Forman
Producer and Editor: Alessia Campagna
Technical Producer: Anthony Watson www.luma.city
Executive Producers: Leonie Rothwell and Marcus Worrall
Marketing & Promotion: Valerie Saindon and Sophie Callahan

We would like to acknowledge the Traditional Owners of the land on which the podcast is taking place today. We pay our deep respects to all Elders past, present and emerging.  We would also like to extend that respect to any Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples listening today.

57 min

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