Petition Update

10 000 and counting!

Teresa Roe
Broome, Australia

Jan 31, 2013 — We hoped 5000 might sign this, we’ve got 10 000, and it is still going.
Thanks to all you people across the world for standing with us. We don’t want country to die.

I have my children, and my grand children and my great grandchildren all around me. I’m happy. I just don’t want them to destroy country. Country looks after us, gives us what we need. We need to keep it alive – for everyone – blackfella and whitefella… for all the people to come.

Thank you for standing with us.
Teresa Roe

Have a look at photos in National Geographic from the Lurujarri trail we walk every year: http://bit.ly/Uo82jJ

Culture shared on the Lurujarri Heritage Trail
Culture shared on the Lurujarri Heritage Trail
Walk alongside the Goolarabooloo community on a journey that traces their 82km songline north of Broome, WA. Culture shared on the Lurujarri Heritage Trail LURUJARRI MEANS 'COASTAL DUNES' and it is pronounced "Looroo-jaree" with an emphasis on the first syllable.
http://www.australiangeographic.com.au