Victorians urged to embrace traditional place name

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Assembly Co-Chair and Bangerang and Wiradjuri elder Aunty Geraldine Atkinson said language was a key to connecting with more than 60Responses fro,000 years of culture and connection to the land and a living reminder of the resilience of her people.

“Language connects us to who we are as First Nations people, and it makes me so proud to see the revival of our languages across Victoria and beyond,” Ms Atkinson saidtravel will sprea.

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