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Celebration of Reconciliation week with RAP update followed by Comedian Kevin Kropinyeri.
A short film night presented by the Mygunyah Camden Aboriginal Residents Group.
As part Anglicare WAs commitment to its Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP), and in conjunction with the City of Rockingham, you are invited to a 'Meet and Greet' networking lunch.
An engaging free public panel discussion about the issue around the mooted changes to Australian Consititution in regard to the recognition of Indigenous Australians.
The Buranga Centre will be hosting a morning tea and discussion at the USC Art Gallery.
Professor Gillian Wigglesworth opens the Research Unit for Indigenous Language.
Free fun and cultural activities with Wathaurong Elder Uncle David Tournier
Celebrate ReconciliAction at SLQ.
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