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News Talks #3: Aboriginal languages in school curriculum

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Gabriela Caeli Sumampow and Anneliese Farrer speak to Mitha about the Foundation for Young Australian’s Local and Vocal Campaign.

They discussed issues that she believes effects youth in the Chrisholm electorate – particularly the desire to see Aboriginal languages added to the school curriculum – whose seat is currently held by Gladys Liu.

Guests

Mitha, Local and Vocal Campaigner at the Foundation for Young Australians

Contributors

Gabriela Caeli Sumampow
Anneliese Farrer

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