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Santilla Chingaipe is a journalist and filmmaker whose work explores migration, cultural identities and politics. Chingaipe is a regular contributor to The Saturday Paper, and serves as a member of the Federal Government’s Advisory Group on Australia-Africa Relations (AGAAR). The recipient of a number of awards, she was recently recognised at the United Nations as one of the most influential people of African descent in the world. Her first book of non-fiction exploring African migration to Australia pre-federation, is due later this year through Pan MacMillan.

Santilla Chingaipe

Santilla Chingaipe is a journalist and filmmaker whose work explores migration, cultural identities and politics. Chingaipe is a regular contributor to The Saturday Paper, and serves as a member of the Federal Government’s Advisory Group on Australia-Africa Relations (AGAAR). The recipient of a number of awards, she was recently recognised at the United Nations as one of the most influential people of African descent in the world. Her first book of non-fiction exploring African migration to Australia pre-federation, is due later this year through Pan MacMillan.

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