Indigenous Language Workshops Connecting Gunggari People to Culture
CALEC Bulletin #51 - For many Indigenous Australians, connecting with traditional language does not come easily without speaking with an elder or returning to country.
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For many Indigenous Australians, learning traditional language is not as simple as speaking with an elder or returning to country. In response, a series of language workshops are being rolled out in Queensland to help connect Gunggari to their culture.
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