NAIDOC week is a celebration of Australia's Indigenous culture. Dusty talks to two great Aussie's -Warren Mundine and Sean Jacob. These two men are staying strong with common sense and not buying into critical race theory.

- Highly respected and influential businessman, political strategist and advocate for empowering Australia's First People to build a sustained economy and to create business opportunities. Warren Mundine has lived over half his life in regional Australia and is passionate about supporting local jobs and opportunities in Australia's regions.

Warren has spent most of his life dedicated to helping Australia's most disadvantaged people achieve economic prosperity. He was raised to believe that, no matter what obstacles are facing you, there is no limit to what you can achieve.

- Sean Jacobs is a Papua New Guinean-born Australian writer, and government relations and public policy specialist. He is a former Brisbane City Council election candidate, ministerial adviser, United Nations worker, international youth volunteer, and national water polo champion. Sean holds a BA (International Relations) from Griffith University and a Postgraduate Certificate in Policing, Intelligence and Counter Terrorism from Macquarie University. He also holds qualifications from the Australian National Security College, the Australian Institute of Management and the University of New England.

Jul 13th, 2021

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