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February 19th, 2016
Episode 859 of 903 episodes
Anita Heiss, Pauline Whyman and Greg Fryer In the opening address for the inauguralBlak & Bright Festival, Anita Heiss ‘unpacks the Blak’ – presenting 20 reasons why and how you should read Indigenous literature. She's joined by two of our finest Indigenous actors, reading excerpts from 20 Blak books. Listen in on a funny and challenging, rapid-fire event. Featuring Anita Heiss, Pauline Whyman and Greg Fryer. Greg Fryer Pauline Whyman Curious about the list, but don't have time to listen to this podcast? Check it out at Anita Heiss's blog.
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