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NAIDOC Week: Moorditj Mag Talks Unfinished Business

Thursday 11th July / presented by Jim Morrison Jorja Keay

NAIDOC Week for 2019 is under-way!

Dr. Glenda Kickett truly is a superhero - not only has she been a leading force within Perth's Noongar community and Chairperson of NAIDOC committee for W.A; she also manager for Aboriginal and Torres-Strait Islander Engagement at the Australian Children Foundation and Chairperson of the netball-focused development initiative concerning Aboriginal Youth called 'Glass Jar Australia'.

Dr Kickett spoke with Moorditj Mag to discuss planning NAIDOC and the importance it holds for the Indigenous community; as well as to promote NAIDOC Family Day! Arguably the biggest day within the week and happening today in the Town of Bassendean. Glenda also discusses giving back to her community and breaks down the theme for this year, that being..."Voice. Treaty. Truth. Let's Work Together"

-NAIDOC Week will be running from the 7th - 14th July.

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