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  • Today marks 10 Year’s since the Prime Minister of Australia apologised to the Stolen Generation for the horrific hurt & abuse caused by our government ⚫️🔸🔴 we have a long way to go, but acknowledgement and apology is a very important part of the conversation 📸 via @holly.greenhalgh
  • Today marks 10 Year’s since the Prime Minister of Australia apologised to the Stolen Generation for the horrific hurt & abuse caused by our government ⚫️🔸🔴 we have a long way to go, but acknowledgement and apology is a very important part of the conversation 📸 via @holly.greenhalgh
  • 274 2 13 February, 2018

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  • Today marks the 20th anniversary of National Sorry Day – an important day to reflect on the sad and painful history of the Stolen Generations. We recognise the suffering endured by our families and communities, acknowledge their resilience and remember their struggles as we work to build a better future for our children. 📸 'Sunset Story' by Heide Smith

#nationalsorryday #NationalSorryDay2018 #SorryDay #stolengeneration #stolengenerations
  • Today marks the 20th anniversary of National Sorry Day – an important day to reflect on the sad and painful history of the Stolen Generations. We recognise the suffering endured by our families and communities, acknowledge their resilience and remember their struggles as we work to build a better future for our children. 📸 'Sunset Story' by Heide Smith

    #nationalsorryday #NationalSorryDay2018 #SorryDay #stolengeneration #stolengenerations
  • 871 8 25 May, 2018
  • PROJECT ROCKIT is a movement against bullying, hate and prejudice, but we operate on stolen land within a broader culture that continues to breathe life into inequities for Aboriginal and TSI people. We are sorry. We are your allies. We stand with and behind you #SorryDay
  • PROJECT ROCKIT is a movement against bullying, hate and prejudice, but we operate on stolen land within a broader culture that continues to breathe life into inequities for Aboriginal and TSI people. We are sorry. We are your allies. We stand with and behind you #SorryDay
  • 255 3 26 May, 2018

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  • "In a time long ago and not so long ago children were taken from their parents, their sorrow echoing across the land. Sorry Day follows Maggie and her mother, who watch the Prime Minister give his apology to the Stolen Generations on behalf of the Australian Government. In the crowd Maggie loses touch of her mother's hand and is lost. At the same time, some 60 years earlier, we see a group of young Aboriginal children play hide and seek by the creek on the fateful day they are taken from their families."
You can watch Coral Vass' Sorry Day read aloud by actor Trevor Jamieson by accessing Story Box Library free with your Ballarat Libraries membership: storyboxlibrary.com.au/stories/sorry-day/

#sorryday #coralvass  #dubleffler #storyboxlibrary #ballaratlibraries
  • "In a time long ago and not so long ago children were taken from their parents, their sorrow echoing across the land. Sorry Day follows Maggie and her mother, who watch the Prime Minister give his apology to the Stolen Generations on behalf of the Australian Government. In the crowd Maggie loses touch of her mother's hand and is lost. At the same time, some 60 years earlier, we see a group of young Aboriginal children play hide and seek by the creek on the fateful day they are taken from their families."
    You can watch Coral Vass' Sorry Day read aloud by actor Trevor Jamieson by accessing Story Box Library free with your Ballarat Libraries membership: storyboxlibrary.com.au/stories/sorry-day/

    #sorryday #coralvass #dubleffler #storyboxlibrary #ballaratlibraries
  • 36 0 13 February, 2019

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  • A momentous day.
Repost from @natmusaus using @RepostRegramApp - #OnThisDay in 2008, Prime Minister Kevin Rudd issued a formal apology on behalf of the nation to Australia’s Indigenous peoples, especially to the Stolen Generations who survived past government policies of forced child removal and assimilation.⁣
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Learn more about this defining moment on our website.⁣
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#SorryDay #Indigenous #auspol #DefiningMoments⁣
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[📷: National Museum of Australia]
  • A momentous day.
    Repost from @natmusaus using @RepostRegramApp - #OnThisDay in 2008, Prime Minister Kevin Rudd issued a formal apology on behalf of the nation to Australia’s Indigenous peoples, especially to the Stolen Generations who survived past government policies of forced child removal and assimilation.⁣

    Learn more about this defining moment on our website.⁣

    #SorryDay #Indigenous #auspol #DefiningMoments

    [📷: National Museum of Australia]
  • 20 0 13 February, 2019

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  • Families can commemorate the anniversary of the National Apology speech by making their own Sorry Day bracelets. 
Our Activity Time for Sorry Day ( which is now available to view on SBL, read by Trevor Jamieson and Kevin Rudd), was inspired by a powerful illustration in the book (swipe to see). In addition to pledging support for the rights of the Stolen Generations and their families by wearing the bracelet, there is time to chat as a family as you plait the thread, about what the colours of the Aboriginal flag represent, about what occurred to children of the Stolen Generations, and about what we can do as individuals in working towards Reconciliation.

@coralvass @dubleffler @mrkrudd #sorryday #closethegap #storytelling #readaloud #storytime #childrensbooks
  • Families can commemorate the anniversary of the National Apology speech by making their own Sorry Day bracelets.
    Our Activity Time for Sorry Day ( which is now available to view on SBL, read by Trevor Jamieson and Kevin Rudd), was inspired by a powerful illustration in the book (swipe to see). In addition to pledging support for the rights of the Stolen Generations and their families by wearing the bracelet, there is time to chat as a family as you plait the thread, about what the colours of the Aboriginal flag represent, about what occurred to children of the Stolen Generations, and about what we can do as individuals in working towards Reconciliation.

    @coralvass @dubleffler @mrkrudd #sorryday #closethegap #storytelling #readaloud #storytime #childrensbooks
  • 46 2 13 February, 2019
  • Today marks the 11th anniversary of the Apology to Australia's Indigenous peoples; the day our Prime Minister formally recognised and apologised for the mistreatment of our Indigenous people, and the laws and policies which inflicted immeasurable suffering. .
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As an Anglo-Australian it's my obligation to help right those wrongs. I can't change the past, but I can uplift and stand behind Indigenous people and support Indigenous owned businesses.
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@supply_nation manages a directory of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander businesses for organisations to support. As a consumer, or as a business, I encourage you to check out the directory for some Indigenous owned businesses to  invite to the table. .
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#sorryday #alwayswasalwayswillbe #supportindigenousbusiness
  • Today marks the 11th anniversary of the Apology to Australia's Indigenous peoples; the day our Prime Minister formally recognised and apologised for the mistreatment of our Indigenous people, and the laws and policies which inflicted immeasurable suffering. .
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    As an Anglo-Australian it's my obligation to help right those wrongs. I can't change the past, but I can uplift and stand behind Indigenous people and support Indigenous owned businesses.
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    @supply_nation manages a directory of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander businesses for organisations to support. As a consumer, or as a business, I encourage you to check out the directory for some Indigenous owned businesses to invite to the table. .
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    #sorryday #alwayswasalwayswillbe #supportindigenousbusiness
  • 27 2 13 February, 2019

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  • Kylie Maunder, proud Wiradjiri woman and Ability Links Team member  addresses @socialfutures staff in Lismore for #sorryday 2019
  • Kylie Maunder, proud Wiradjiri woman and Ability Links Team member addresses @socialfutures staff in Lismore for #sorryday 2019
  • 24 2 13 February, 2019
  • #OnThisDay in 2008, Prime Minister Kevin Rudd issued a formal apology on behalf of the nation to Australia’s Indigenous peoples, especially to the Stolen Generations who survived past government policies of forced child removal and assimilation.⁣
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Learn more about this defining moment on our website.⁣
⁣
#SorryDay #Indigenous #auspol #DefiningMoments⁣
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[📷: National Museum of Australia]
  • #OnThisDay in 2008, Prime Minister Kevin Rudd issued a formal apology on behalf of the nation to Australia’s Indigenous peoples, especially to the Stolen Generations who survived past government policies of forced child removal and assimilation.⁣

    Learn more about this defining moment on our website.⁣

    #SorryDay #Indigenous #auspol #DefiningMoments

    [📷: National Museum of Australia]
  • 139 3 13 February, 2019
  • It's been 11 years since Kevin Rudd delivered the National Apology. Here is a snippit from the council ceremony this morning where Miss Wagga was in attendance. .
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'.. and the pain is as real today as it has been from the start. The Stolen Generation. Stolen memories, stolen history, stolen livelihood and stolen culture. Stolen. We have a long way to go yet, but with hope, love, kindness and a dash of sensitivity, I know we can help to heal the trauma. As Paul Kelly put it, From little things big things grow'. - Miss Wagga Wagga, Stina
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#stolengeneration #Sorryday #nationalapology #trauma #love #healing #waggawagga
  • It's been 11 years since Kevin Rudd delivered the National Apology. Here is a snippit from the council ceremony this morning where Miss Wagga was in attendance. .
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    '.. and the pain is as real today as it has been from the start. The Stolen Generation. Stolen memories, stolen history, stolen livelihood and stolen culture. Stolen. We have a long way to go yet, but with hope, love, kindness and a dash of sensitivity, I know we can help to heal the trauma. As Paul Kelly put it, From little things big things grow'. - Miss Wagga Wagga, Stina
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    #stolengeneration #Sorryday #nationalapology #trauma #love #healing #waggawagga
  • 11 0 13 February, 2019
  • Did you attend this morning’s Sorry Breakfast in Shepparton’s Queens Gardens? The emotional event was attended by many.
  • Did you attend this morning’s Sorry Breakfast in Shepparton’s Queens Gardens? The emotional event was attended by many.
  • 27 1 12 February, 2019
  • Today is National Apology day.
This important day recognises the mistreatment of the members of the stolen generation in Australia. 
Today, we acknowledge our past so we can walk the path of healing and reconciliation together.
Sorry isn't just a word. Sorry requires action.
We must persist in our efforts to close the gap and advance the human and healthcare rights of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
Sorry means you stop doing it.
Sorry means you don't do it again.
Sorry means you do better.
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#apologyday
#apologyday2019
#sorryday
#sorryday2019
#reconciliation
#stolengeneration
  • Today is National Apology day.
    This important day recognises the mistreatment of the members of the stolen generation in Australia.
    Today, we acknowledge our past so we can walk the path of healing and reconciliation together.
    Sorry isn't just a word. Sorry requires action.
    We must persist in our efforts to close the gap and advance the human and healthcare rights of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
    Sorry means you stop doing it.
    Sorry means you don't do it again.
    Sorry means you do better.
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    #apologyday
    #apologyday2019
    #sorryday
    #sorryday2019
    #reconciliation
    #stolengeneration
  • 20 0 12 February, 2019

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  • #Repost @storyboxlibrary Today we're sharing a very special announcement that former Prime Minister, Kevin Rudd, who delivered the National Apology on 13th Feburary 2008, has recorded a special message about reconciliation for children watching Sorry Day, which will be available to view at the end of the story. "Reconciliation is important for the future, and I encourage each and every one of you, in your own way, to become missionaries for reconciliation, in your own community." Kevin Rudd
#nla #sorryday #childrensbooks
  • #Repost @storyboxlibrary Today we're sharing a very special announcement that former Prime Minister, Kevin Rudd, who delivered the National Apology on 13th Feburary 2008, has recorded a special message about reconciliation for children watching Sorry Day, which will be available to view at the end of the story. "Reconciliation is important for the future, and I encourage each and every one of you, in your own way, to become missionaries for reconciliation, in your own community." Kevin Rudd
    #nla #sorryday #childrensbooks
  • 20 0 7 February, 2019
  • Although I may not look it in the clip, 😂 ( due to working into the wee wee hrs!)I’m actually super stoked this is happening! Absolutely AWESOME!  #storyboxlibrary #sorryday #trevorjamieson #kevinrudd https://storyboxlibrary.com.au/stories/
  • Although I may not look it in the clip, 😂 ( due to working into the wee wee hrs!)I’m actually super stoked this is happening! Absolutely AWESOME! #storyboxlibrary #sorryday #trevorjamieson #kevinrudd https://storyboxlibrary.com.au/stories/
  • 9 0 7 February, 2019
  • To say I’m excited to create and teach an Indigenous unit of work is an understatement • trying to embed as much Aboriginal perspective as I can into 2019 🌿
  • To say I’m excited to create and teach an Indigenous unit of work is an understatement • trying to embed as much Aboriginal perspective as I can into 2019 🌿
  • 28 3 6 February, 2019

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  • Aboriginal Land 🙏🏼 #thankyou #sorryday #australiaday #aboriginalland #rainbowpeople
🖌 by aboriginal artist @ilukaart
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🐍"This is an old land
For ever nurtured and nourished
by the spirit of the Rainbow Serpent.
The land of the Darug people,
Of the Darginung and the Dharawal,
The Gundungurra and the Guringai.

An old land.

This is the new land of the convict and the refugee,
Of the European settler,
Of the Asian and the African,
The American and the Islander.
It is the golden hope-filled land.

A hope-filled land?

This is the silent sun-baked land
Of the gibber plain and granite outcrop
Of the waterhole and the rain forest
Of native title and pastoral lease
Of skyscraper and empty reservoir.

A golden land?

This is a land battered and blackened by bush fire
But look! a land of grass trees green-shooting
in the still dark-smouldering ashes;
Of wildflowers in the sun-heat-blighted desert
And of cities glistened smog-free by an autumn wind.

A sacred land!

This is the Dreaming land, the land of spirit ancestors
Of campfire and corroboree, of rock art and cave painting
A land of mosque and temple, of prayer book and philosophy text
A land of tribal elders and politicians.

And how slowly we have learnt, 60,000 years slowly, how to live with this land
And how slowly we have learnt, 200 years slowly, not to abuse this land
And how slowly we are learning, day-by-day slowly, how to share this land.

We who are black of skin, and white and brown and yellow
And sunburnt pink
Native and newcomer
Blue-eyed and brown-eyed and black-haired and fair-haired.

We will live in harmony in this land
Because this is the Land of the Rainbow Serpent

And we are the Rainbow People."
– RAF via Inspire Your Day
  • Aboriginal Land 🙏🏼 #thankyou #sorryday #australiaday #aboriginalland #rainbowpeople
    🖌 by aboriginal artist @ilukaart
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    🐍"This is an old land
    For ever nurtured and nourished
    by the spirit of the Rainbow Serpent.
    The land of the Darug people,
    Of the Darginung and the Dharawal,
    The Gundungurra and the Guringai.

    An old land.

    This is the new land of the convict and the refugee,
    Of the European settler,
    Of the Asian and the African,
    The American and the Islander.
    It is the golden hope-filled land.

    A hope-filled land?

    This is the silent sun-baked land
    Of the gibber plain and granite outcrop
    Of the waterhole and the rain forest
    Of native title and pastoral lease
    Of skyscraper and empty reservoir.

    A golden land?

    This is a land battered and blackened by bush fire
    But look! a land of grass trees green-shooting
    in the still dark-smouldering ashes;
    Of wildflowers in the sun-heat-blighted desert
    And of cities glistened smog-free by an autumn wind.

    A sacred land!

    This is the Dreaming land, the land of spirit ancestors
    Of campfire and corroboree, of rock art and cave painting
    A land of mosque and temple, of prayer book and philosophy text
    A land of tribal elders and politicians.

    And how slowly we have learnt, 60,000 years slowly, how to live with this land
    And how slowly we have learnt, 200 years slowly, not to abuse this land
    And how slowly we are learning, day-by-day slowly, how to share this land.

    We who are black of skin, and white and brown and yellow
    And sunburnt pink
    Native and newcomer
    Blue-eyed and brown-eyed and black-haired and fair-haired.

    We will live in harmony in this land
    Because this is the Land of the Rainbow Serpent

    And we are the Rainbow People."
    – RAF via Inspire Your Day
  • 36 0 27 January, 2019

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  • Our hearts are with the traditional land owners today... we love and honour you and your land.... we pay respect to your elders and acknowledge their suffering.....we are thankful that you are here and you are strong.... we would love to see your language spoken and known and your knowledge taught. We support you’ #sorryday #traditionallandowners #australiaday
  • Our hearts are with the traditional land owners today... we love and honour you and your land.... we pay respect to your elders and acknowledge their suffering.....we are thankful that you are here and you are strong.... we would love to see your language spoken and known and your knowledge taught. We support you’ #sorryday #traditionallandowners #australiaday
  • 49 2 26 January, 2019
  • Our hearts are with the traditional land owners today... we love and honour you and your land.... we pay respect to your elders and acknowledge their suffering.....we are thankful that you are here and you are strong.... we would love to see your language spoken and known and your knowledge taught. We support you’ #sorryday #traditionallandowners #australiaday
  • Our hearts are with the traditional land owners today... we love and honour you and your land.... we pay respect to your elders and acknowledge their suffering.....we are thankful that you are here and you are strong.... we would love to see your language spoken and known and your knowledge taught. We support you’ #sorryday #traditionallandowners #australiaday
  • 51 2 26 January, 2019
  • I'm sorry for every wrongful action inflicted on the indigenous people of Australia. Today I pay respect to the people, their culture, their struggle and hold gratitude for being born and raised on the land surrounded and lovingly embraced by the indigenous community thank you 🖤💛❤️ ▫️
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#sorryday #survivalday #always #alwayswasalwayswillbe #indigneousland
  • I'm sorry for every wrongful action inflicted on the indigenous people of Australia. Today I pay respect to the people, their culture, their struggle and hold gratitude for being born and raised on the land surrounded and lovingly embraced by the indigenous community thank you 🖤💛❤️ ▫️
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    #sorryday #survivalday #always #alwayswasalwayswillbe #indigneousland
  • 108 2 26 January, 2019
  • "Not everything that is faced can be changed but nothing can be changed until it is faced." ~ James Baldwin
I've recently come across these wonderful books by South Australian historian Alan Tucker. There are 3 in the series (written for older children & adults) showing us through pictures & words widely unknown stories of how this country was not taken peacefully, how Aboriginal people bitterly fought the invasion, & how, despite murder & massacre, dispossession & overwhelming injustice, there were also profoundly amazing relationships between white settlers & Aboriginal people. Needless to say they were by far the minority however as Alan so beautifully points out, they show us both then & now "the potential for racial harmony has always been present in Australian society". May we all as Australians have the courage to listen with our hearts to all the stories, to share them with each other & especially our children, & to know we are as much a part of the evolving story now as we ever were & always will be 🙏
#changethedate #sorryday #survivalday
  • "Not everything that is faced can be changed but nothing can be changed until it is faced." ~ James Baldwin
    I've recently come across these wonderful books by South Australian historian Alan Tucker. There are 3 in the series (written for older children & adults) showing us through pictures & words widely unknown stories of how this country was not taken peacefully, how Aboriginal people bitterly fought the invasion, & how, despite murder & massacre, dispossession & overwhelming injustice, there were also profoundly amazing relationships between white settlers & Aboriginal people. Needless to say they were by far the minority however as Alan so beautifully points out, they show us both then & now "the potential for racial harmony has always been present in Australian society". May we all as Australians have the courage to listen with our hearts to all the stories, to share them with each other & especially our children, & to know we are as much a part of the evolving story now as we ever were & always will be 🙏
    #changethedate #sorryday #survivalday
  • 69 9 26 January, 2019