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Cheryl Buchanan Cheryl Buchanan i(A90259 works by)
Gender: Female
Heritage: Aboriginal ; Aboriginal Guwamu / Kooma
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BiographyHistory

Cheryl Buchanan has been an author, editor, speaker, director, business-person, political activist, teacher, lecturer and negotiator. She had also been the founding member of numerous Queensland Aboriginal organisations, including Aboriginal Legal, Medicare and Childcare Centre in Brisbane, Black Community School, Black Resource Centre, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island Women's Legal and Advocacy Service.

She was the first Aboriginal woman publisher and an acclaimed playwright and author, with many published and performed works and that is why her family describe her as an educator... (Source: Zoominfo website)

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