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Kanat Wano, a Meriam Social Entrepreneur chats about: Raising the lifestyles of our mob

kanat and_bianca_daughterSH: Who's your mob – your traditional connection and where did you grow up?

My father, Tuesley Maka Wano, is a Meriam man from Mer (Murray Island) in the Zenadh Nation (Torres Strait). Our ancestries belong to Kerwaid Village and we help make up the San Sep Clan on Mer, one of the eight tribes of Mer. Our major tribal totem is the Shark. Kerwaid village neighbours Uncle Koiki...

 

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