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Roxanne McDonald

roxanne mcdonaldWho's your mob?

I got a few. Darambul, Mandandanji, Wangan and Jagilingou

Where were you born?

I was born out in Roma, western Queensland. I've been living in Brisbane most of my life, since I was about 6. I went to school and finished Year 12 here. When I left school I got a job in a Glass and Mirror company, I was a clerk typist. I got that job because I did a secretarial course...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 21 June 2012 13:31

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Kim Marie Kilroy

kim kilroy_profileWho is your Mob?

I'm Butchulla from Hervey Bay. I was removed from there when I was 2 years old and placed in St Vincent's orphanage. I was back home before I was 3 but when the Forde inquiry stuff happened I found out that I'd been removed.

Mum died when I was 3 and they were that quick within 3 days of Mum's death we were back in Nudgee Orphanage, and it was because we had already...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 14 June 2012 14:46

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Lilly Brown

lilly brown_profileWho is your mob?

My people are Gumbaynggirr, Coffs Harbour way; my Nan on my father's side was born there. I'm also proud of my English and Scottish heritage.

Where were you born, grow up and go to school?

I was born at Swan Districts Hospital, just down the road from where my parents were married in Midland, Western Australia. I grew up in the hills of Perth and graduated...

 

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Last Updated on Friday, 01 June 2012 08:48

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Kimberley Benjamin

kimberley benjaminWho is your mob?

I'm a Bardi and Yawuru girl from Broome.

Where were you born and where did you grow up and go to school?

I was born in Perth, I spent my first five years at Mt Margaret a remote Aboriginal community in the Goldfields before moving back to my mother's home town Broome and attending Cable Beach Primary School. I then went to boarding school at Presbyterian Ladies...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 07 June 2012 09:41

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Nicole Bloomfield

nicole bloomfieldWho is your mob? I'm Wiradjuri

Where did you grow up and go to school?

I went to Robinvale for my primary school years, then Shepparton for high school. I studied Adult education in Melbourne

What did you do when you left school? After school I enjoyed being a mum to my son Tyron

What do you currently do?

I'm a Quality Assurance/ Projects Manager with the Victorian...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 24 May 2012 08:42

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