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Trangie Central School launch Stolen Generations Resource Kit in curriculum

Zaarkacha Marlan
Updated April 2 2019 - 2:44pm, first published March 27 2019 - 2:30pm
EDUCATING: Kai Greenwood, Jess Skinner, Dimiti Trudgett, Nikeata McMaster and Carly Edwards with Ian Hamm and Florence Onus (front). Photo: Zaarkacha Marlan
EDUCATING: Kai Greenwood, Jess Skinner, Dimiti Trudgett, Nikeata McMaster and Carly Edwards with Ian Hamm and Florence Onus (front). Photo: Zaarkacha Marlan

A new resource kit and education program have been launched at Trangie Central School to shine a light on an often overlooked part of Australia's history. 

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Zaarkacha Marlan

Court and crime reporter at the Daily Liberal. Formerly the sole journalist for the Nyngan Observer, Narromine News and Trangie Advocate.

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