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Discussing treaty

Important discussions on the matter of treaty between Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and all levels of Australian government are taking place in Queensland. Attend the upcoming discussion on Saturday, 14th December 3pm-4.30pm at Kurilpa Hall, West End, Brisbane. The event, hosted by ANTaR, will be led by Kombu-merri/Waka Waka philosopher Mary Graham, Goenpul Goori First National sovereign owner Dale Ruska, and Barada an Kabalbara woman Margaret Hornagol. Tickets are $10 for waged and $5 for unwaged, includes light refreshments. Register by Tuesday, 10th December by contacting Wayne on 0408 701 906 or email reimagineassoc@bigpond.com.

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