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Issue Details: First known date: 2014... 2014 Five Questions with Aaron Nagas
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'I’m a proud Aboriginal/South Sea Island Aussie. My mob are the Bailai people the Traditional Custodians of the Gladstone area in Central Queensland which is where I grew up, met my wife and started our family. We now live on the Sunshine Coast where I work with young people (both Indigenous and non-Indigenous) who are involved with the youth justice system. I’m also proud of my involvement with some other programs involving young Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, which include the Change Course Oxfam program and the Queensland Indigenous Youth Leadership Program. They both encourage and guide our Indigenous young people to be the leaders that our mob need to continue taking us forward.' (Introduction)

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