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An afternoon Q&A – IndigenousX

5 Sep 2014

Join us to hear Luke Pearson’s views on Australian racism, identity, Indigenous affairs, and social media in his own unique style. Luke has worked as a teacher, researcher, traditional dancer, public speaker, anti-racism trainer, online advocate and social media consultant.

Join us to hear Luke Pearson’s views on Australian racism, identity, Indigenous affairs, and social media in his own unique style. Luke has worked as a teacher, researcher, traditional dancer, public speaker, anti-racism trainer, online advocate and social media consultant.

Luke is an outspoken Indigenous social commentator and the man behind social media phenomena, @IndigenousX. Luke is passionate about Indigenous education, literacy, numeracy, social media, identity, and excellence

When: Saturday 13 September

Where: The State Library of NSW, Macquarie St, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia

How Much: Free

 

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