Ruth Ross was born in the 1940s and raised in Gayndah. One of eleven children, she started school in 1950, just before the local ‘black school’ closed down. Eventually, she went on to complete a university degree. She continues to be a strong and knowledgeable advocate for her community.
Listening to the Elders
In ConversationWith Acknowledgements of Country and Welcomes to Country becoming a more frequent element of institutional practice in Australia, where next with respect to honouring and integrating the broad spectrum of knowledges that First Nations Elders and Indigenous peoples more...
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