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National Talkblack 091122

We had:

Dr. Katrien Pickles, Senior Project Officer, Research and Policy at Royal Life Saving Society – Australia talking about how New data from Royal Life Saving reveals 549 children under 5 have drowned nationally in the past 20 years, Indigenous people are being urged to always keep watch.

Carla Eisemberg, STEM Pathways Lecturer Charles Darwin University talking about, First Nations women take a step into STEM at CDU. First Nations students from across the Northern Territory are getting a taste of STEM subjects and career pathways as part of a pre-STEM program held at Charles Darwin University (CDU) this week.

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