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Inter generational Cultural Transmission Project
Transcript of Inter generational Cultural Transmission Project
Bringing back stories and dream-time!
Joining in Partnerships!
Focusing on the Inter-generational Cultural Transmission Project!
So what is it?
Inma are been rcorded!
Support from .......
State Government Education
SA Mobile Language Team
And already a step ahead...
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