Lenesha Duncan: True Reflections
14 September 2023
Poet Lenesha Duncan considers the way attitudes of non-Indigenous Australians impact Indigenous youth, accompanied by sounds of the didgeridoo and falling sands.
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Lenesha Duncan is a Wakka Wakka actress and poet. She has starred in stage productions including Cooked, Losing It, and Queen’s City (all 2022).