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Al Diaz and co-host Camilla Chance share their insights on “Aboriginal Elder, Banjo Clarke”

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Camilla has been a book reviewer for two prestigious Australian newspapers, The Age and The Australian, an editor for Faber & Faber, publishers, in London, and wrote lyrics for an international performing group from the Ukraine, the Kuban Cossacks. Aboriginal Elder, Banjo Clarke , over came obstacles beyond belief. In the book "Wisdom Man by Banjo Clarke as told to Camilla Chance", Banjo says of hatred and anger: Them things leave you in a flash if you see someone destitute or crying out for help. He also came to accept that many people lie as part of their life. He found a way around that one too: If you meet everybody openly, expecting to be friends for life, you're stronger than all the liars! Camilla Chance is the first non-Aboriginal to receive the UNSUNG HERO AWARD, a prestigious Aboriginal Award, for her commitment to Aboriginal people. www.WisdomManBook.com

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