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Lorna Munro Lorna Munro i(6475532 works by)
Gender: Female
Heritage: Aboriginal ; Aboriginal Wiradjuri ; Aboriginal Gamilaroi
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Lorna Munro, or 'Yilinhi', is a Wiradjuri and Gamilaroi woman, multidisciplinary artist and regular radio and podcast host at Sydney's 'Radio Skid Row'. A long time active member of her Redfern/Waterloo community, her work is informed by her passion and well studied insight in areas such as culture, history, politics and popular culture. Lorna has travelled the world showcasing her skills and distinctive style of poetry and political commentary. She was also the sole designer and creator of Sydneys, and possibly "Australia's" first initiative to teach Aboriginal language through poetry in partnership with Red Room Poetry in 2015. Throughout her career she has been on stage, in films and on paper, namely compiling and editing 'Paper Dreaming: Our Stories Our Way' for Cambridge University Press in 2015. Lorna continues to work tirelessly mastering many art forms, raising funds, supporting and advocating for her community and her people on the local, national and international stage.  

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