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Statements from the Soul: The Moral Case for the Uluru Statement from the Heart

Statements from the Soul: The Moral Case for the Uluru Statement from the Heart

Shireen Morris & Damien Freeman
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A collection of passionate essays from religious leaders arguing for a First Nations Voice to be enshrined in the Australian Constitution

'Statements from the Soul sets the standard for conversations not just about the Voice, but the value and urgency of true reconciliation.' -Celina Ribeiro, The Guardian

In this ground-breaking collection of essays, diverse religious leaders and thinkers come together to advocate for the Uluru Statement from the Heart. Contributors from Buddhist, Christian, Hindu, Jewish, Muslim and Sikh communities powerfully convey why a First Nations Voice to parliament is necessary not only legally and politically, but also morally. Drawing on their unique spiritual beliefs, they argue that the Uluru Statement offers a profound opportunity to heal the wrongs of the past and ensure a better future for all Australians. A rallying cry of support across religious and political divisions, Statements from the Soul shows that the Uluru Statement goes to the heart of who we are as a country and is essential to reconciliation.

With a foreword by Noel Pearson and preface by Henry Pinskier. Contributors are Sabah Rind, Wesam Charkawi, Fiona Jose, Sardar Ajmer Singh Gill, Prakruthi Mysore Gururaj, Bhikkhu Sujato, Stan Grant, Antonios Kaldas, Ralph Genende, Russell Broadbent, Karina Okotel, Kanishka Raffel, Peter Comensoli, Anthony Ekpo, David Saperstein and Rowan Williams.


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