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Congress Youth members meet two Redfern legends

congress youth_forum_panelOne hundred participants in the first Congress National Youth Program geared up for a week of networking and learning from experts and leaders in Sydney from last Monday.

Aged from 18 to 25, the young Congress members hail from the Torres Strait Islands to Tasmania and came with their knowledge from their home towns and communities to add to the workshops, yarning circles and...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 28 June 2012 13:18

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Aunty Joyce “Nin” Ingram returns to The Block for one final farewell

aunty joyce_ingram_funeralAunty Joyce Ingram

28/12/1922-13/6/2012

By National Indigenous Times reporter Geoff Bagnall

Aunty Joyce Ingram, Nin to generations of residents of The Block and the Sydney Aboriginal community, returned home last week for a final farewell.

 

More than 500 people including the New South Wales Governor, Marie Bashir, NSW Aboriginal Affairs...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 28 June 2012 13:14

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