Blind Trust

In 2012, 13% of all Australians said they trusted Aboriginal and Torres Straight Islanders.

Share this video if you want to change that.

“Blind Trust” is a social experiment featuring a young girl called Jasirah from the ICEA Foundation.  Jasirah is from the Remote Community of Ardiyooloon (One Arm Point), her mob is the Bardi Jaawi people of the Sunday Islands. Jasirah is an inspiration to us all and the power of her story is that it shows a community coming together in the spirit of empowerment and trust creates a better future for us all.

For more information visit the ICEA Foundation page or the Inspiralight website.


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