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Hannah is a Wiradjuri woman from NSW who grew up on Gamilaroi country in Tingha and Inverell. She is the creator of the Sovereign Trax music blog, which aims to foreground the creation and consumption of Indigenous music ‘through our own paradigms that speak to collective stories, identities and resistance’.

Hannah is co-editor of the Sovereign Apocalypse zine focussing on emerging artists and storytellers. She also writes for Canadian Indigenous music culture website Revolutions Per Minute. Hannah’s personal work experiments with cli-fi and future imaginings of Indigenous responses to climate change, particularly through stories of our cultural flows and water management. She has worked for a number of years in Indigenous social justice at the Australian Human Rights Commission and other community-controlled organisations.

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