Article Title:Advocacy and Activism: Sonya Apa Temata
Category:People
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Published on:2nd December 2016 - 01:16 pm
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Story ID:19016
Text:As we fight for a future free from oppression in all forms, activism and advocacy are the building blocks of our communities. In the coming weeks we're taking a look at the work of a diverse range of people who fight for change. What does activism mean to you? So many things, but what comes to my mind always are passion, courage, resistance, protection, sovereignty, equity Safety of yourself and others, may it be physical, emotional, mental, cultural, or spiritual. Identifying your own values and how does that resonate with others ie. Trust, respect, humility, integrity, love… Being a Catalyst for that Change, to drive and mobilise specific initiatives and projects     - 2nd December 2016
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