One of them would definitely be my pop. He’s like, “no one can speak your words” and like he used to pull me out of school to go on protests with him and he’s like “this is more important, our people are more important”. Like I remember going um, I had like a test this day oh, not a test, like I was in primary school, but like an assignment. It was an important day I remember this and Mum was like, “no, I want her to go to school”. Pop was like, “no she needs to come to this” because it was that Aboriginal man that died in custody in a police wagon and he didn’t get fed or water and he liked dies in custody when he was getting transferred. And I remember going on the protest and being front and centre of going down there. I am involved in a lot of cultural dancing and I was always one of the cousins that used to love sitting there and learning language with my pop and like – oh what’s the word for this word? And learning his back story like how he used to be and like alcohol and stuff, and then just switching up like being drunk but still going to College and getting his degree and stuff. Education’s so important to me because it’s been passed down, you know, and it’s always been passed down through him to Mum and to all of us, you know. Yeah he would definitely be like a huge inspiration on all my morals and all my ways because he just fights for a lot of things and a lot of what he addresses is a lot of what I hold dear (16 years).