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Booin Gari Festival

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Earlier this week, Queensland hosted the annual Booin Gari Festival.

The festival aims to create positive relationships between Indigenous communities through music, art, dance and storytelling. 

It also encourages youth from Indigenous communities, and broader society, to be involved with their Indigenous culture.

But are there other ways Aboriginal youth can become more involved with their cultural heritage? 

Reporter Erin Ronge finds out.

 

 

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