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"Our Story" - World Refugee Day Concert 2020

STREAMING LIVE on Facebook!

 
Finding safety, finding home in Queensland - celebrate the journey, resilience and strength of refugees and asylum seekers and the contribution they make to Queensland.
 
Hear from spoken world artists, poets and storytellers and enjoy live music and dance at the "Our Story" World Refugee Day concert, streaming live on Multicultural Australia's Facebook page.
 
- Tjupurru
- Tenzin Choegyal
- Cieavash Arean and Arash Zanganeh
- Anisa Nandaula and Matt Hsu
- Miramar Middle Eastern Dance Group
- Cyprian Kagorora Rwandan Dance Group
- African Fusion
 
 
The "Our Story" World Refugee Day online concert is proudly supported by Brisbane City Council.

RSVP now and watch the concert HERE.

 

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WHEN
June 18, 2020 at 12pm - 1pm
WHERE
Streaming Live on Facebook
Brisbane, QLD
Australia
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107 RSVPS
Gavin Mackinney Hermina Flynn Donna Spindler Naawa Sipilanyambe Terry Jordan Gabriela Borgognone brandon molife Lani Fabila Maria Artango Shamani Nair simon issa Susan Sharpe Mandana Mapar Abbie Eising Cathy Boman Barrie O'Connor Yuxi Wang Narelle Thomas Diya Akhil Malika Kane Liz Lokhorst Kaeli Goode Richard Burke John Simpson Wendy Greenhill Nora Gainey Ikenasio vitaliano Jane Griffin Leili Golafshani Jay Dol Leah Raymond Milica Aleksic Jane Giles Alana Hombsch Sarah Smale Lorraine Brosnan Marie Court Maxine Jones Jocelyne Poirier amanda flack Donna Archibald Shane Duran Julie Carbone Jurie Samuela Paula Fearman Claudia Arakaki Sarah Pember
Who's RSVPing
Gavin Mackinney
Hermina Flynn
Donna Spindler
Naawa Sipilanyambe
Terry Jordan
Gabriela Borgognone
brandon molife
Lani Fabila
Maria Artango
Shamani Nair
simon issa
Susan Sharpe
Mandana Mapar
Abbie Eising
Cathy Boman
Barrie O'Connor
Yuxi Wang
Narelle Thomas
Diya Akhil
Malika Kane
Liz Lokhorst
Kaeli Goode
Richard Burke
John Simpson
Wendy Greenhill
Nora Gainey
Ikenasio vitaliano
Jane Griffin
Leili Golafshani
Jay Dol

Will you come?

Celebrate the journey, resilience and strength of refugees and asylum seekers and the contribution they make to Queensland.
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