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Book Launch: The Intervention

Book Launch: The Intervention

'Australian writers collaborate to assail Government policy on Aboriginal people'

Jeff McMullen presents select readings from a new anthology

One of the most invasive, puzzling and unprecedented actions by a government in Australian history – the 2007 NT Intervention.

The introduction of this racist legislation has never been fully debated nationally nor has there ever been any significant consultation with the Indigenous communities most affected

Books will be on sale - $25 cash only. Limited stock.

When: 7:30pm, Monday 14th September 2015

Where: Mona Vale Memorial Hall, 1606 Pittwater Rd, Mona Vale

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Talk about NAIDOC 2015

Sacred Ground Larissa Minniecon and Nicola Wikramanayake

People & Culture Administration and Events Co-ordinator of Harbour City Ferries

When: 7:30pm, Monday 13th July 2015

Where: Mona Vale Memorial Hall, 1606 Pittwater Rd, Mona Vale

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2015 REMEMBERANCE WALK

2015 REMEMBERANCE WALK

Sunday 24th May 2015

ASG members and interested members of the community met Berry Park, Narrabeen where a Welcome to Country was given and a small talk, then a silent walk to the Scout Hall at Bilarong Reserve, Wakehurst Parkway. It was a journey of healing to remember the Stolen Generations, the children and their families, the meaning and repercussions of this to all Australians today. A Smoking Ceremony greet us as we arrived at the Scout Hall.

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2015 Winter Elimatta

Elimatta is the quarterly magazine produced by the ASG.

Elimatta Winter 2015 Elimatta Winter 2015

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2015 Guringai Festival - Story of place

2015 Guringai Festival

About the Guringai Festival

Founded in 2001, the Guringai Festival aims to raise awareness of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people living in the Northern Sydney region. The festival usually starts on Sorry Day, 26 May and goes through to the end of NAIDOC Week, the second week in July each year.

The festival involves 11 Councils and numerous reconciliation and community groups. Events include workshops, art exhibitions, performances, films and talks.


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