Raise Your Voice

Age Ranges

Junior Secondary

Learn how to step out and use your own life as writing inspiration. Every voice matters, and you shouldn’t be afraid to be heard. Maxine Beneba Clarke opens up in her soon-to-be-released memoir, The Hate Race, to explore the serious issue of racism and bring her truth to life. 

WP03

Wednesday 7 September 2016

Duration 45 minutes

Auditorium 1, State Library of Queensland (State Library of Queensland)

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WP09

Thursday 8 September 2016

Duration 45 minutes

Auditorium 2, State Library of Queensland (State Library of Queensland)

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WP31

Thursday 8 September 2016

Duration 45 minutes

GOMA Cinema B (Gallery of Modern Art)

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WP47

Friday 9 September 2016

Duration 45 minutes

The Edge, State Library of Queensland (State Library of Queensland)

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WP57

Friday 9 September 2016

Duration 45 minutes

Queensland Terrace, State Library of Queensland (State Library of Queensland)

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Maxine Beneba Clarke

Maxine Beneba Clarke

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Maxine Beneba Clarke is author of the poetry collection Carrying The World, the memoir The Hate Race and the short fiction collection Foreign Soil, which won major awards. Her children’s picture book, The Patchwork Bike, will be published late 2016.

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