Contributor: Roj Amedi

Roj Amedi is an editor, writer and strategist based in Australia. She writes and speaks on a range of issues including public policy, international relations, the arts, culture, literature, race, gender and politics.

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Speaking for Country

Roj Amedi talks with Murrawah Maroochy Johnson – the youngest member and a passionate representative of the Wangan & Jagalingou Traditional Owners Family Council – about climate justice, Aboriginal sovereignty and the importance of self-determination in the traditional owners' struggle against the proposed Adani Carmichael mine in central Queensland.