Voices of the 3% is an online site with accompanying social media portals that aims to let First Nations people in Australia air their views about the bipartisan Recognise campaign. Recognise is an organisation set up by the government to promote the government’s proposed changes to the Australian Constitution which would see Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people ‘recognised’ in that document.

The website and associated portals, which aim to encourage debate about the benefits or otherwise of Recognition, were created by students in Making New Media under the guidance of Brisbane Aboriginal Sovereign Embassy activist, Kristy-Lee Horswood. Kristy-Lee participation at last year’s Memefest event led to her involvement in this collaboration.

You can visit the site http://www.voicesofthe3.net and the Facebook page as well as viewing the video here.