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Donate to a school on Dujuan’s Homeland | Mpwerinke Anapipe, North of Alice Springs.

Dujuan's wish is simple. To attend a school led by, and for, Aboriginal people. Children's Ground is helping this wish come to life. Support Children's Grounds operations in Mpwerinke Anapipe, North of Alice Springs.

Donate to a school on Dujuan’s Homeland |  Mpwerinke Anapipe, North of Alice Springs.
Donate to a school on Dujuan’s Homeland |  Mpwerinke Anapipe, North of Alice Springs.
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In My Blood It Runs film team are proud impact partners of Children’s Ground.

The Arrernte/Garrwa star of the acclaimed documentary, Dujuan Hoosan became the youngest person ever to address the United Nations Human Rights Council and his vision for change was for his school to be run by Aboriginal people.

To show your support for First Nations led education donate to Dujuan’s grandmothers . They are the leaders of Children’s Ground and are building their own education model for their kids. In My Blood It Runs film team and Children’s Ground are committed to supporting the leadership and vision of First Nations families leading change in their own communities.

Right now, they need a school built at Sandy Bore homeland (on Dujuan’s Country), just outside Alice Springs and the resources to design an education system with an Arrernte curriculum. Support them.


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