HENRY PURCELL is an aboriginal Australian, who was given up for adoption as a baby, and raised by non-aboriginal parents.
Today he works in child protection, working for the same Aboriginal-controlled organisation that facilitated his own adoption.
Henry is also an activist and DJ, performing under the name DJ fosters.
He hosts his own radio show, and uses music as a way to bring people together, share messages, raise issues, and improve emotional health and wellbeing.
In this discussion, Henry opens up to reveal his own incredible personal journey towards reconciliation – it’s a fascinating story, told in an intimate way, and I’m proud to be able to be able to share it with you.