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Issue Details: First known date: 2016... 2016 Stella’s Girls Write Up Tells Kids Good Writing Starts with Having Something to Say
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'Clementine Ford is no stranger to speaking out. This makes her a near-perfect poster person for the Stella’s schools program and their latest project Girls Write Up – a day-long wordfest and workshop for high school students – held for the first time this week to sell-out crowds in Sydney and Melbourne. ...' (Introduction)

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