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Australia is teeming with migrants. After all, with the exception of Australia's indigenous people we all came from another place.
Despite that, there are small sections of our society and the media who feel uncomfortable with people from overseas. Just look at the frenzy of fear when another boatload of asylum seekers comes near the coast - it makes me cringe to be an Aussie.
But the cultural diversity of Australia is perhaps one of our biggest assets. We can experience food, dancing, art and music from cultures around the planet without even leaving our own homes.
There will be performances from groups including the Kurdish Youth Society and the Association of Australian Tertiary Students from Afghanistan, and of course around 30 food trucks will be doing their very best to tempt you with new cuisines. After the crowd has walked about Adelaide I imagine that appetites will be healthy!
Fork on The Road has been very mobile to date, moving between Hindmarsh, Victoria, and Light Squares before detouring to the Festival Centre and Bowden Urban Village most recently.
Let's give indigenous Australians, migrants, refugeees, and our favourite food truck entourage a great welcome in Rymill Park on Saturday June 22. It's a great opportunity to celebrate and show that we care.