Video: Jasmine Bostock speaks about indigenous issues at the WCC

By Matthew Davies
Posted Nov 2, 2013

[Episcopal News Service] Jasmine Bostock, from the Episcopal Diocese of Hawaii, chair of the Executive Council Committee on Indigenous Ministry, speaks about indigenous issues and the role of the World Council of Churches. Bostock is a member of the Episcopal Church’s official delegation to the WCC General Assembly, meeting Oct. 30-Nov. 8 in Busan, South Korea.


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  1. Hello Jasmine
    I have been told that I have indigenous heritage in my family line but I don’t know the connection. My maiden name is Bostock (Toula Leigh Bostock) and my father’s name was Keith. My father’s family grew up around Rockhampton, Queensland. I believe Bostock comes through your mother’s line? I saw your video and was very impressed by your passion to assist the indigenous community in Hawaii. You speak very well! I am also passionate about helping all youth (Indigenous and non-Indigenous) to cope more effectively with their problems and I have lived and worked with the Australian aboriginal community for over twenty years. Would you mind getting back to me and letting me know more about your indigenous background so I can see if we are somehow related? Many thanks and keep up the good work. Cheers, Toula.

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