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Faith & Culture
Roving reporter Fletcher talks to Bonnie Smith, one of the winners of the Ricci Marks Aboriginal Young Achiever Award.
Roving reporter Hsin-Yi looks back at the NEMBC 2011 conference, celebrating the importance of multicultural radio.
Roving reporter Kuol reflects upon his experiences as a refugee and the importance of access to education.
In schools across Victoria, young people are contributing to efforts to end this health inequality and to campaign for Aboriginal rights and recognition.
Health reporter Elisa discusses what you can do about racism with students and mental health experts.
Roving reporter Hsin-Yi spoke to Sudanese-born Aguek about his journey to Australia and the challenges he faced.
Roving reporter Hsin-Yi joined in the celebration of art, sport and Indigenous culture at The Long Walk 2011.
Roving reporter Josh soaked in the culture of the Ubuntu stage at the 2011 VIVA Multicultural Festival.
Guest reporter Jemima Balhas visted the Gippsland East Aboriginal Co-operative for its 35th anniversary celebrations.
Roving reporter Elisa investigates the CMY, its philosophies, the programs it offers, and the ways people can get involved.
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