Cathy Freeman has pledged her support to the Yes vote in the upcoming Indigenous Voice to Parliament referendum. 

The Sydney 2000 Olympic gold medalist in a video for the Yes23 campaign said the landmark referendum is a chance ‘to be part of a moment that brings people together’.

She also urged Australians to ‘stand with me’ when the nation goes to the polls on October 14.

‘I can’t remember a time when change has felt so urgent, where momentum has been so strong. From small towns to big cities, something is in the air. I know all Australians feel it too,’ she says in the video.

‘We have the chance to be part of a moment that brings people together, to work hard for something that we can all believe in.

‘And right now, each of us can be part of something that really matters.’

More to come 

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