Don Brady graduates

Don Brady graduates from AIM’s Bible College in Karuah. Brady (born Palm Island) is one of the first to train as a missionary at the Men’s Native Workers Training College of the Aborigines Inland Mission at Karuah and graduates in 1949. He is later appointed to Brewarrina, Walcha, and Moree. Brady becomes a prominent Aboriginal church leader. After his return from the US where he holds a Churchhill scholarship, Brady speaks out on issues of justice. He becomes a catalyst for an emerging Black church. He is also an activist in the land rights movement and often questions government policies towards Aboriginal people. (Cathleen Inkpin. "Making Their Gospel Known, 67-68; Koori History)