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The passionate leadership of these Aboriginal women is being honoured

SBS Thursday, 23 January 2020
An exhibition of portraits of prominent Indigenous women will launch on 26 January in Adelaide, with one organiser dubbing them collectively as the "alternative Australian of the Year".
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