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Close The Gap Day

Happy 'Close The Gap' Day!

Today marks another year of the Australian nation creating equality and peace among all Australians with their CTG implementation. I believe that CTG is beneficial but it needs to be operating at much higher capacities as Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people do have the worst health conditions in the world.




Unfortunately, I will be at uni all day therefore I won't be able to make it to a CTG celebration in my local area. Darn!



I hope everyone enjoys this day, which is a mark in Australian history and justice.

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