Lost language of Boandik Indigenous people revived in traditional possum fur cloak

In this article you will read about Brooke Joy who has studied and speacialised in the Bunganditj language. The language was once spoken fluently by Boandik people, during the 20th Century the language gradually fell from use. Brooke is keen to see the Bunganditj language revived and has been helping teach a langage program within the community. Read the full article here: Lost language of Boandik Indigenous people revived in traditional possum fur cloak

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