Richmond Football Club and Sydney Stack have thrown their support behind the “My Australian Dream” campaign.
The campaign, which was launched in late January by the Club’s community partner Culture is Life, draws on the themes explored in the film The Australian Dream which focussed on the journey of Adam Goodes.
The campaign puts Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders at the centre of the conversation, unearthing their heartfelt desires, and extending an invitation to all Australians to share their hopes and dreams for Australia.
Personal interviews reflect upon the film and uncover perspectives on what’s at the heart of Australia. Some featured interviews include Nova Peris (Former Athlete/Politician), Mitch Tambo (Singer/Songwriter), Sydney Stack (AFL player), Luke Carroll (Actor), Tom Calma (Aboriginal leader) and The Merinda’s (Musical artists).
Culture is Life’s dream is an Australia that is founded on a deep sense of connection and belonging that allows all Australians to thrive. It is one that celebrates our collective history, values Australia’s First Peoples and the nation we could become.
To support the campaign go to: https://www.cultureislife.org/campaign/my-australian-dream/