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TEDx Talk by QFCC Youth Advocate Jessy

The message from Jessy’s TedX talk is clear, we need to change how we associate culture with colour, and it needs to start now.

We are proud to share QFCC Youth Advocate Jessy’s incredible TEDx talk about her experience with the statement ‘You don’t look Aboriginal’ and the association between cultural identity and skin colour.

Read more about Jessy's TEDx Talk here.

Becoming a whole person again

Join QFCC Youth Advocate, Kit, as they explore their journey with mental health, identity and a powerful realisation.

Growing Up in Queensland

that hears from children and young people across Queensland about their experiences of their communities, their hopes, and the issues that matter to them.

When do you expect to have it all ‘together’?

How old do you think you’ll be by the time you can independently manage your life – finish study, find a career, fully look after yourself and have time and money to enjoy the things you couldn’t before you got it all ‘together’?

What does having it all ‘together’ even mean?

Is it more than a concept, a set of tangible things, or the qualities that help us manage the ‘togetherness’?

— Bri, Amplify blog: Getting It Together: Reflections on Adulthood

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