Belinda Duarte - Culture is Life, racism & reconciliation in Australia
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Meet Belinda Duarte, former athlete and educator, current inspirational leader, formidable female exec, proud First Nations Australian and the inspiration for Series 5 - #sharethepodcastmic

Just in time for January 26th - a significant day in this country. It's time to #changethedate

There's so much up for discussion in this one - from Belinda's family story, to sustainability and Indigenous wisdom, raising strong young people, ethical leadership and how we can use sport and culture to move towards reconciliation.

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