Who am I?

I am a famous artist who was taught to paint in the Western tradition by Rex Batterbee. Who am I?  

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Who am I?

I was instrumental in establishing the Victorian Aboriginal Child Care Agency (VACCA) in 1977, and became its first Program Director. I fostered 20 children from Aboriginal communities in Victoria, as well as having six of my own. I advocated for the adoption legislation in Victoria to prevent Aboriginal families unnecessarily surrendering their children. I was also involved in […]

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Who am I?

I brought up more than 60 children who needed a parent. My visits to Aboriginal people in jail earned me the nickname ‘Mum Shirl’. Who am I?  

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The Long Walk – Dreamtime at the G 2013

Michael Long Michael Long is one of the most recognisable Indigenous figures in AFL football. He played for the Essendon Football Club between 1989 and 2001, was a member of two premiership sides and the winner of the 1993 Norm Smith Medal. Michael championed the Indigenous cause within the AFL. In 1995, Michael made a […]

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