Brooke Blurton Shares Meaning Behind 'Stand In Your Truth"

We are honoured to partner with Brooke Blurton, a proud Noongar Yamatji woman, a podcast host, author, mental health advocate, speaker, and content creator to celebrate NAIDOC Week.

"Hi, I'm Brooke Blurton, a proud Noongar Yamatji woman. My First Nations heritage is my soul, grounding, and pride. The NAIDOC theme, "Keep the Fire Burning," resonates with me as I use my platform to advocate for and elevate First Nations voices."

In collaboration with Brooke, we have designed a wearable reminder of a quote that Brooke herself lives by, "Stand In Your Truth". Together we designed a necklace featuring this powerful quote and accompanied by a beautiful Amber coloured which Brooke describes as, "encompasses me as a person. I really love earthy colours". 


"Being First Nations for me is, well, it's everything about me. It's my soul, my identity, my grounding. It's the thing that I'm the most proud of every day and it honestly just makes me who I am."

To celebrate this year's NAIDOC Week, 10% of charm sales will be donated to the Indigenous Literacy Foundation. 'Stand in your truth' is a mantra that Brooke uses to reflect on her past lived experiences, and to inspire and empower her future. It encourages anyone to acknowledge where they've come from, and where they are going.

"I love giving back to the community and I was really excited about this collaboration with Francesca because they're actually giving 10% of the charm sales to the Indigenous Literacy Foundation, which is probably one of my favourite foundations in terms of education and knowledge. I think knowledge is power and strength and I was just really excited that, yeah, this has all sort of come full circle for me."

You can show shop the Brooke Blurton 'Stand In Your Truth' Necklace from our website, and 10% of charm sales will be donated to the Indigenous Literacy Foundation. 

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