My Good Vibes Snapshot: Sha-lane Gibson

For Sha-lane Gibson, leaving her community to go to a boarding school where she was the only Indigenous student, was a tough transition. Over time, she found her feet and  came to appreciate how important education is.  Sha-lane, now 19, is determined to make a difference by encouraging young Indigenous people to continue with their education and to recognise all they’re capable of:

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Advice: Racism hurts

There’s a guy at school who keeps making racist comments to me and my friends.  The others somehow ignore him but I’m so over it, it makes me feel like crap. I’ve told him to stop heaps of times but he thinks its funny. I’m getting really edgy whenever I see him and he’s making me stressed about going to school. I don’t know how to

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My Good Vibes Snapshot: Brooke Mason

While going through school, Brooke Mason from Tasmania felt that things were not right. The rigid pressure to look a certain way and be a particular type of person, left many students lacking in confidence and questioning themselves. Brooke became passionate about making a difference and spreading positivity. Her involvement with the Fresh Faced Friday campaign is a key part

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