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Bronwyn is a Wiradjuri woman from NSW. Bronwyn is based in the Redfern community and has been a part of a number of campaigns since the 1970s, including the Tent Embassy in Canberra. She is currently a Director of the Redfern Foundation Ltd and the Chairperson of Mudgin-Gal Aboriginal Women’s Corporation.
Mudgin-Gal is an important corporation that empowers Aboriginal women by allowing them to voice issues and develop solutions with other women. At Mudgin-Gal in 2016, Bronwyn led the making of a possum skin cloak which was a reclamation of practice for local community Aboriginal women.
Bronwyn was also a founding member of the Redfern/Waterloo Aboriginal Justice Group, has served as Chairperson of the Inner-city Aboriginal Women’s Consultative Group, a representative of the Ministerial Advisory Committee and NSW Aboriginal Women to the National Indigenous Women Gathering Working Party, part of the Redfern/Waterloo Taskforce on Family and Community Violence, and many other positions that ensure Aboriginal voices are heard in those forums where they need to be.