Leadership

“Truth-telling, and being heard and understood is healing”

By Madison Howarth

Leadership

By Madison Howarth

Truth-telling has been a central part of my growing up. From a young age I knew that the Stolen Generations were something that had a direct impact on my family.

I knew that my great grandmother, Kathleen Miller, was stolen from her mother when she was ten years old. That in the early hours of the morning, police forced their way into her Redfern home and took her siblings.

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Madison Howarth will host FW Live on Friday 9 July at 4pm. She will interview Mundanara Bayles, a Wonnarua, Bunjalung and Birri-Gubba, Gungalu woman and host of the Black Magic Woman podcast. Tune in at Future Women’s Facebook page.

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