Wi3W Ep 9 – Poem ~ Aussie Fifty Dollar Note (in honour of David Unaipon, a true Australian legend)
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Wi3W Ep 9 – Poem ~ Aussie Fifty Dollar Note (in honour of David Unaipon, a true Australian legend)

Around late 2018 I was looking at a new Australian Fifty Dollar ($50) note, as I was curious about who the First Nation person was that I had been seeing since 1995 on the old $50 note. Not that I had many in my possession, by the way. The Reserve Bank of Australia had released…

My Mate Dusty
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My Mate Dusty

It was purely by accident that we met that day, strolling down Boundary Street.He was a little unkempt, asking people for money, with no shoes upon his feet.I approached him and asked him if he’d like coffee and cake instead.‘Yes my friend’, he replied, ‘but could I change that to a coke and chicken in…

Wi3W Ep 8 – Greg interviews Peter Forday, a true Aussie as an ABC (Australian Born Chinese)
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Wi3W Ep 8 – Greg interviews Peter Forday, a true Aussie as an ABC (Australian Born Chinese)

Peter Forday is a proud Aussie. He is a facilitator and performance coach whose clients are most commonly looking for better ways to engage, develop and inspire others. He is known for his experience, networks, authenticity and expertise in helping clients focus on what matters. He is Non Director Executive and Chair of Multicultural Australia…

Wi3W Ep 5 – Poem ~ My Mate Dusty ~ Written and Spoken by Greg Dodge
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Wi3W Ep 5 – Poem ~ My Mate Dusty ~ Written and Spoken by Greg Dodge

We are proud to present a poem, “My Mate Dusty”, from our Coming Together series, written by Greg Dodge, about his conversations and stories learnt about a First Nations Australian man that he met in West End (Gurilpa/Kurilpa), Queensland. We hope you are moved by the stories that Dusty shared about his journey and his family.

Wi3W Ep 4 – Greg & Taitu’uga interview Stephen Mam ~ Brisbane born Torres Strait Islander entrepreneur
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Wi3W Ep 4 – Greg & Taitu’uga interview Stephen Mam ~ Brisbane born Torres Strait Islander entrepreneur

Stephen Mam was born and raised in Brisbane, Queensland. He is of Torres Strait Islander descent and is heavily influenced by his multicultural knowledge and experiences. In this podcast, he is interviewed by Taitu’uga and Greg Dodge. Throughout the years, Stephen has extended his knowledge of culture and intercultural through travel, having travelled extensively through…