[Thalia Anthony, ABC]
Kumunjayi Walker raises questions about policing in Aboriginal homes
“I am super excited to lead a movement, especially a growing Christian movement, when we see so many churches declining in number. I think central to that growth is that Common Grace is about Jesus and justice – you can’t separate Jesus from justice – and I believe that appeals to people and it’s a key reason I follow Jesus” Prentis told Eternity.
[Kylie Beach, Eternity News]
Aboriginal leader Brooke Prentis becomes Common Grace CEO
When the Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody investigated 99 deaths between 1980-1989, investigators were forced to exclude the police shooting of 29-year-old Aboriginal man David Gundy in his Marrickville home.