The Aboriginal women who fought homelessness and stereotypes to take control of their money

Naydeene Edwards is a Ngoonooru-Wadjari woman who has learnt the hard way how powerful a tool money can be for Aboriginal people.

Despite working for the housing department in Western Australia, she and her family have been homeless four times.

“Home is what you make of it. It’s where your family comes together. It’s not just shelter. It’s what gives you identity in the Aboriginal order really,” Ms Edwards said.

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Source: ABC News