Faith in action
We each have a role to play in addressing the overrepresentation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples in our prison systems – lets start by pledging our support.Take the pledge
Common Grace is urging the Western Australian government to cease any decisions on the funding or closures of 150 Indigenous homeland communities.
We want a full impact assessment and public consultation process, as the voices of those for whom these communities are their homes, must be heard.
#SOSBlakAustralia is organising a National Day of Community Rallies across Australia on May 1st.
We are inviting the Australian churches to stand alongside Aboriginal Australians in calling for the forced closure of Aboriginal communities to be stopped. Please consider attending a rally, why not invite a friend and bring a sign? You can find out about the over 70 rallies being organised here.
We have joined nearly 100 other organisations to call for immediate national action on youth justice.
Brooke Prentis reflects on #ClintonsWalkForJustice and the injustices Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples still face in Australia, exhorting us to walk forward together, step-by-step.
We grieve for Wayne Fella Morrission. We grieve for Tane Chatfield. We grieve for every preventable death in custody.
On Interntional Day Against Nuclear Tests, Common Grace supporter Penny Kleemann looks at the past and present impact of nuclear programs on Traditional Lands in South Australia, and how we can respond.