Fri 8 May 2020
How and why are they made? And why are they important to the First Peoples of south-eastern Australia?
In this episode The Fact Detectives chat to Di-Di Vaha'akolo who is a programs officer in the First Peoples Department at Museums Victoria. Di-Di is a proud Yorta Yorta, Wemba Wemba, Taungurong, Tongan and Fiji-Indian woman.
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