March 4, 2017
With a longstanding history of almost four decades, Sydney’s Mardi Gras builds on a strong foundation from which they champion LGBTQI individuals and communities. 2017 seed then celebrating their achievements but also sheds light on new ways to work for LGBTQI diversity and highlight blind spot in which inequality and ignorance still reigns supreme.
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