Four students from Ashmont Public School in Wagga Wagga, NSW, had the opportunity to interview Aunty Fay Clayton Moseley, our Chairperson. From the time spent with Aunty Fay over a number of weeks, a book was written and published by the students based on Aunty Fays personal journey as a Stolen Generation Survivor. Petaurus Education Group also prepared two videos of Aunty Fay sharing her personal story which can be viewed below. A copy of Aunty Fay: An inspirational Journey can be downloaded here:
A message from Aunty Fay:
"A special thank you to the girls at Ashmont Public School for selecting me, I enjoyed the experience with the students. It really was amazing to spend this time with them. I would like to acknowledge how incredibly talented these students are. A special thanks to Aunty Louise Niki and Danielle Gray"
This project was generously funded by the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet through the Indigenous Advancement Strategy and the Department of Education.