Bindi Cole Chocka has a very important message for Aboriginal Australians.

Bindi was one of the complainants in the infamous trial in which Andrew Bolt was found guilty under Section 18C of the Racial Discrimination Act for hurtful comments about the lack of Aboriginal appearance of some people identifying as Aboriginal despite the presence of other ethnicities in their heritage.

And then she apologised to him.

Bindi’s message can set everyone free from prisons of resentment & victimhood. Listen to her story of personal courage and change of heart in this interview.

Follow Bindi here: YouTube, Twitter, Facebook, Instagram & her website.

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