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December 2, 2021

Archie Roach celebrates NAIDOC in Lismore

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Aboriginal songman Archie Roach delivered a heartfelt performance for NAIDOC week at the Lismore campus of Southern Cross University yesterday. Today Roach performs at the SCU Gold Coast campus.

Photos Darren Coyne


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