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Kalyakoorl Book

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This publication captures the Elders in a photo journalistic style to document what they consider to be their most profound experiences, memories or contributions to the City of Perth. Using excerpts from their oral history recordings, Cole Baxter, an emerging Aboriginal photographer, has created images to tell their stories.

This publication has been generously supported by the Aesop Foundation. Aesop’s focus on story-telling and literacy recognises that stories offer the opportunity to share our own experiences and help us to gain an insight into the lives of others. It fosters cultural richness and, in turn, empowers people to share their stories in their own words and their own ways.

The book is due to be released in December 2021.

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