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Rabbitohs spread harmony on special day

Special messages on a special day

Adam Reynolds, Zane Musgrove and Mark Ellison dropped in Plunkett Street Primary School to share their own experiences of inclusiveness, diversity and multiculturalism during National Harmony Day. 

Located in the Sydney City suburb of Woolloomooloo, Plunkett Street Primary School is proud of its ethnic diversity with over 30 nations being represented among the students. The school is also home to a strong Indigenous representation with 30% of its students descending from Australia's first nation people.

The South Sydney Rabbitohs are proud to share in the message of Harmony Day with five of the club's 2018 debutants coming from a wide array of cultural backgrounds. Those being Torres Strait Islander, non Indigenous Australian, Samoan, Tongan and Lebanese.

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