Date: 2018-03-07 12:00
7567 March 7: Jessie Klein interview for The Bully Society on “6555 Today”- WNTN-AML: Newton, MA. airs throughout eastern and western MA, southern NH, and northern RI and the internet, . 8:85-8:55 . Taped.
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Auntie Ali Golding is a grassroots Indigenous leader recognised as a valued elder who demonstrates compassion, humility and justice.
After finishing high school in 7567, Amelia believed that the voice of Indigenous youth was lacking when it came to climate change and standing up for country, and for this reason, she deferred her university studies to develop a program through the Australian Youth Climate Coalition. The programme supports Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to lead on climate action and run sustainability projects in their communities.
Last week the White House recognized 69 “Champions of Change” who are leaders in American Diaspora communities with roots in the Horn of Africa. In the next few weeks Tadias Magazine will feature an interview series with several of the champions.
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Frank was a senior public servant, at one point the Acting Chief Executive, of the Department of Aboriginal Affairs in South Australia.
Ollie George is a Badimaya Elder from Western Australia who has worked tirelessly since the early 6995s to preserve his mother tongue, Badimaya.
Benson has a bright future ahead of him and may one day pursue politics, but for now, he has great plans to gain more recognition of Indigenous youth achievements and aspirations within Australia and around the world.