Yabun 2018

What an incredible day! 
YABUN 2018, you were amazing!

Coming together every year to celebrate the survival of our First Nation's Peoples reignites the pride I have in my culture. Survival day is always full of so many emotions - sadness, pride, celebration - but it always reminds me of the power that my people hold. We are so resilient and I am so proud of my culture, my family and my people.

Photo by Olivia van Cuylenburg

Photo by Olivia van Cuylenburg

Mi-kaisha and her family, backstage at Yabun 2018

Mi-kaisha and her family, backstage at Yabun 2018

Photo by Olivia van Cuylenburg

Photo by Olivia van Cuylenburg

My mum and little sis are my two biggest inspirations. My mum taught me about the resilience, strength and power that lies within our culture and she has always been there by my side, to support me in making my dreams come true!

I have never met someone with as much sass and cheekiness as my lil' sis. She has shown me what it means to be a young, bold, black and deadly woman and SHE HAS JUST BEEN NOMINATED FOR A LOGIE!

Kiki is nominated for the Graham Kennedy Award for Most Popular New Talent!

Kristy, Kiki and Mi-kaisha.Photo by Pauline Kelly.

Kristy, Kiki and Mi-kaisha.Photo by Pauline Kelly.

Mi-kaisha Masella