Indigenous women head to Canberra for some straight talking


88 indigenous women will sit down with Jenny Macklin and Deputy Opposition Leader Julie Bishop tomorrow to discuss the issues facing their communities around the country. It’s a serious girl fest and the women involved range from high Cherie Driley– a mother of six from Taree who runs a bush tucker business in schools. She says she’ll be asking some hard questions about how to bring indigenous kids back into schools and get schools to recognise their culture.

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