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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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Private Miller Mack Returns to Country

Almost a century after he was buried in an unmarked pauper’s grave in Adelaide, Private Miller Mack will be returned to his home at Raukkan. His original gravesite is only metres away from the formal AIF cemetery and his fellow servicemen at West Terrace.

Pte. Mack will be reinterred on his country on Friday 24th March. His descendants and the Aboriginal Veterans SA (AVSA) especially want to invite the Aboriginal community and Aboriginal Veterans to attend this overdue recognition... Read More

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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
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Opening the Conversation

Opening the Conversation about appropriate access to mainstream health services for Aboriginal people

Opening the Conversation is a collaborative project between Reconciliation SA, The University of South Australia and two fourth year Occupational Therapists, Nadia and Amanda. This community driven project aims to begin to understand systemic racism in the mainstream healthcare system and how this impacts healthcare accessibility... Read More

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