Women’s Day talks


Dianna Wright, Sharon Ninyette, Jenayah Elliott, Catherine Bynder, Christine Ross, Addellamay Ryder-Bartley, Tracey Cullen, Isabelle Adams and Carol Michie.        
       Pictures: Marie Nirme    d450969
Women’s Day talks
Women’s Day talks
Women’s Day talks
Women’s Day talks
Dianna Wright, Sharon Ninyette, Jenayah Elliott, Catherine Bynder, Christine Ross, Addellamay Ryder-Bartley, Tracey Cullen, Isabelle Adams and Carol Michie.                Pictures: Marie Nirme d450969

Held at the LAA community centre, people listened to several Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women speakers talk about their diverse stories of life to the guests over lunch.

Langford Aboriginal Association manager Jill Abdullah said the young women speakers were the ambassadors to encourage youth to follow their successful pathways.

“The more mature women have already set the pathways to ensure there are opportunities for younger people,” she said.

“The diverse stories of the speakers at LAA’s event were about experience and knowledge and above all, optimism about the future.”