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Lowitja O'Donoghue Oration

Event Start
30th May 2017 at 7:00pm
Event End
30th May 2017 at 10:00pm

Each year the Don Dunstan Foundation presents the annual Lowitja O'Donoghue Oration named in honour of Dr O’Donoghue.

This year’s oration features Fr. Frank Brennan SJ AO who will be presenting On Aboriginal Land: Seeking a Place at the Table. Recognising 50 years since the 1967 Referendum.

The presentation will be followed by Freedom Songs: The Unfinished Business of the 1967 Referendum.

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March to Kokoda Concert

The Reconciliation Trekkers have been working hard, slogging up hills and stairs, training each weekend to prepare for the September Kokoda Track Reconciliation Trek.

Students, teachers and schools have been asked to help fundraise to support the group’s journey to Papua New Guinea. The trekkers from Brighton Secondary College, Harry, Alex, David and Caitlyn will be holding the March to Kokoda Concert as their major fundraising event.

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2017 NRW Breakfast - Tickets now on sale!

Event Start
19th May 2017 at 6:45am
Event End
19th May 2017 at 9:00am
Event Location
Adelaide Convention Centre

This year, the NRW Launch Breakfast will be held on Friday 19th May. As with all our breakfasts, tables are allocated in the order in which they are booked. To sit closer to the front, be sure to get your booking in early. You can make a booking by clicking here. Bookings close on Friday 12th May.

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Feedback for the 2017 Apology Breakfast

Thanks once again to the 1200 people who joined us on Monday morning for the 9th Anniversary of the Apology Breakfast. Your feedback is paramount in helping this event to improve, and to ensure that we honour the Survivors of the Stolen Generations with respect and dignity.

Please take a couple of minutes to respond to these questions to help us with future events.

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The Indigenous Prayer

The Indigenous Prayer - Eva Johnson

Dear Lord,
I thank you from the depths of my heart
and from the wellsprings of my soul
I beseech thee to accept my humble words of gratitude
for all that you have done for me and my people
Lord, I thank you for the protection laws,
for assimilation,for christianising a proud and noble race
thank you for poverty, starvation, alcoholism, suicide
diseases such as smallpox,... Read More

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