Shirleen Campbell is an Aboriginal Women from Hoppy's Camp Alice Springs. Shirleen was born in 1981, is a mother of 5 and a grandmother of 1. Shirleen is a Warlpiri and Anmatyerre woman from her Dad's side and Arrente and Luritja from her mother's side. Shirleen has been a Leader on the Tangentyere Women's Family Safety group since 2015 and was employed as the Co-ordinator in 2017. Shirleen is a strong voice and advocate for women and children in the area of family and domestic violence and wants to see visibility for Aboriginal women and their stories. Shirleen works from the grassroots to close the gap for Aboriginal people and is a strong advocate for two-way learning, which means sharing knowledge, stories and skills across all cultures so that we can all learn and value what each of us brings.
“We do not want to be invisible anymore. We are not just numbers.”
Not Just Numbers is an inspiring documentary about the Tangentyere Women’s Family Safety Group in Alice Springs...