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Noongar Elders and spokespersons participated in this project to share their personal experiences and cultural knowledge with a wider audience.

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    y separately published work icon Ngulak Ngarnk Nidja Boodja : Our Mother, This Land Tjalaminu Mia , Crawley : University of Western Australia. School of Indigenous Studies. Centre for Indigenous History and the Arts , 2000 Z1445833 2000 anthology life story poetry The Ngulak Ngarnk Nidja Boodja - Our Mother, This Land publication forms part of the Cartagin Gaji Yacker Danjoo : Learning and Working Together project. This project arose from a need in Noongar communities in the Wheatbelt and Great Southern regions of Western Australia to bring together youth and Elders to share history, culture and life experiences. This project has involved a broad range of arts and cultural activities including dance, story telling, oral history recordings and visits to Aboriginal sites in both regions. Crawley : University of Western Australia. School of Indigenous Studies. Centre for Indigenous History and the Arts , 2000 pg. ii-111
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