The Illawarra business bringing Indigenous, non-Indigenous people together

Natalie Croxon
Updated November 22 2023 - 11:15am, first published 9:55am
Carla Rogers and Aunty Munya Andrews from Evolve Communities, a cultural awareness and allyship training business. Picture by Anna Warr
Carla Rogers and Aunty Munya Andrews from Evolve Communities, a cultural awareness and allyship training business. Picture by Anna Warr

When Aunty Munya Andrews and Carla Rogers met 12 years ago, they realised they shared a vision: to build "a kinder, more inclusive Australia that celebrates First Nations people and culture".

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Natalie Croxon

Natalie Croxon

Journalist

Reporter at the Illawarra Mercury, mostly covering social affairs. Previously of the Bendigo Advertiser, Northern Daily Leader and Quirindi Advocate. Our Watch award winner.

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