The first phase of the project involved participants from Kellerberrin, Merredin, Tammin and Quairading where participants used photography to explore and express their identity and sense of belonging. The project also allowed participants to discover and rediscover relationships with each other, their families, community and the environment.
Voices of the Wheatbelt resulted in empowered communities, growth in individual and community capacity, greater awareness of social and cultural spaces and stronger relations between Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people.
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