An afternoon Q&A – IndigenousX

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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