Fri, 18 Aug|
Raymond Terrace Bowling Club
The Voice to Parliament with Thomas Mayo & Kerry O'Brien in Raymond Terrace
Time & Location
18 Aug 2023, 6:00 pm – 19 Aug 2023, 7:30 pm
Raymond Terrace Bowling Club, 2 Jacaranda Ave, Raymond Terrace NSW 2324, Australia
About the event
Port Stephens for Yes is delighted to host Thomas Mayo and Kerry O'Brien on here on Worimi Land.
We will gather on Friday the 18th of August at Raymond Terrace Bowling Club for a 6pm start.
This is a free event and yes, you will be able to sit and enjoy a beverage while gaining a better understanding the Voice to Parliament.
Feel free to enjoy a meal before or afterwards, bring your friends, family and anyone who might want more information on the upcoming referendum.
Thomas Mayo is a Kaurareg Aboriginal and Kalkalgal, Erubamle Torres Strait Islander man. He is the National Indigenous Officer of the MUA. Thomas is a signatory of the Uluru Statement from the Heart and has been a leading advocate since its inception in May 2017. He is the Chairperson of the Northern Territory Indigenous Labor Network, advises the Diversity Council of Australia and the From the Heart campaign, and is an executive member of the Northern Territory Trades and Labour Council. Thomas has previously written five books published by Hardie Grant, and has articles and essays published in The Guardian, Griffith Review and Sydney Morning Herald.
Kerry O’Brien is one of Australia’s most respected journalists with six Walkley Awards including the Gold Walkley and the Walkley for outstanding leadership. In his decades at the ABC he reported for the trail-blazing current affairs programs This Day Tonight and Four Corners, presented Lateline for six years, 7.30 for fifteen years and Four Corners for five. In 2019 he was inducted into the television industry hall of fame. He has covered all the big historic Indigenous issues of his time, including land rights, deaths in custody, Mabo, the Stolen Generations’ inquiry, the birth and death of ATSIC, the intervention and the Uluru Statement from the Heart. He was a member of the Eminent Panel advising the Queensland Government on a path to treaty.