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We had:

Liz Heffernan, Historical consultant for the Australian World War Stories project talking about for the nation: 330,000 online memorials unlock the individual stories of our First World War ANZACs. Australian War Stories by Memories enables descendants to search for a loved one at and receive a free online memorial of their wartime journey: from enlistment, to training, embarkation and beyond.

Deline Briscoe, Director of Gabamusik talking about the BLAKTIVSM Show. Indigenous Sovereignty, Police Brutality and State Oppression are at the core of the Blak Activist movements in this country. BLAKTIVISM presents this truth-telling with a powerful line-up of living legends and rising voices of First Nations musical activists in this one-night only special event.

Edwin James Mimi, proud Wakka Wakka man, born and raised in Gayndah, QLD. After completing Year 12, Warrant Officer Mi Mi enlisted in the Australian Regular Army (ARA) on 03 September 1985. After completing recruit training Kapooka, Wagga Wagga, NSW, he was allocated Infantry Corp, based at Singleton, NSW and after completing Initial Employment Training (IET) was posted to the First Battalion, Royal Australian Regiment

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