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Inner West celebrates Reconciliation Week with educational and cultural events

By ERIN MODARO The Inner West Council is running several cultural and educational events to celebrate National Reconciliation Week in the community. The events include a movie screening of a documentary from First Nations perspectives about Indigenous incarceration in Australia, called ‘Incarceration Nation’. Also included in the agenda is a night walk in which Wiradjuri […]

Woollahra to mark Reconciliation Week with film screening and cultural push

By DANIEL LO SURDO Woollahra Council will mark National Reconciliation Week with a film screening and other activities that hope to help "tackle the unfinished business of reconciliation" in Australia. National Reconciliation Week, which will run until June 3 and has the theme of "Be Brave. Make Change." this year, is said by organisers to […]

Incoming Indigenous Affairs Minister to address Marrickville Town Hall on Uluru Statement

By DANIEL LO SURDO The incoming Indigenous Affairs Minister will address Marrickville Town Hall next month as part of a public forum on the Uluru Statement from the Heart. Linda Burney, who holds the seat of Barton in Sydney's inner southern suburbs, will be sworn in as the first female Indigenous Affairs Minister after Labor's […]

Sydney lights up the path to reconciliation

As part of National Reconciliation Week, the Vivid Path to the Future installation will be on display at Sydney University from May 27 to June 3, two pivotal dates in Australian history. The first date marks the anniversary of the 1967 referendum, which eliminated two discriminatory references from the Constitution. The second commemorates the High […]