A Conversation on the Opposite of Lateral Love

Lateral violence is a term that most of us probably didn’t know too much about until recently.

But there’s a push now, from a number of elders around the country – for all of us to acknowledge and do something about it in our families and communities.

Lateral violence starts in the home – grows in the home – and takes over our lives from that point.

That’s the view of South Australian elder Brian Butler, who’s lent his considerable support to a new national campaign at combatting lateral violence in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities.

Uncle Brian was the founding chair of the Stolen Generations Alliance, an inaugural member of the Aboriginal and Islander Healing Foundation, set up the Secretariat for National Aboriginal and Islander Child Care (SNAICC), and very much more.

http://www.sbs.com.au/yourlanguage/aboriginal/highlight/page/id/203579/t/The-Push-To-Out-Lateral-Violence/in/english

About Lateral Love™ Australia

Lateral Love™ Australia Lateral Love Australia is an information network devoted to bringing lateral violence for Aboriginal & Islander (including the Torres Strait) Peoples of Australia into the public arena. Lateral Love™ Australia aims to share truthful information about the history of Australia, highlighting the deliberate impact of colonisation, and the damage made to the Human Spirit regardless of race due the manifestations of lateral violence. William Brian Butler & his niece Nicola Butler are the individuals behind the "Lateral Love & Spirit of Care for all Humankind 2012 - 2022 Campaign". This campaign is a product of the culmination of the life works of William Brian Butler and Nicola Butler creating an ongoing, living, breathing environment for positive discussions, development of resources and suggestions for change that will have a lasting impact for Human Rights, Social Inclusion and the Spiritual and Emotional Wellbeing for all Aboriginal and Islander peoples in this country.
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