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Thank you Julia. #Repost @walabor with @get_repost
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Five years ago on 21 March 2013 Labor Prime Minister Julia Gillard delivered the National Apology for Forced Adoptions.
@juliagillard #nationalapology #forcedadoptions
Thank you Julia. #Repost  @walabor with @get_repost ・・・ Five years ago on 21 March 2013 Labor Prime Minister Julia Gillard delivered the National Apology for Forced Adoptions. @juliagillard #nationalapology  #forcedadoptions 
#sorryday advance copies have arrived! I couldn’t be happier with this book! Can’t wait for it’s release May 1st and it’s official launch in #canberra May 26th #nationalsorryday #nationalapology #nla #childrensbooks @dubleffler @mrkrudd
Meet Community Constable Joseph Tapaya and Senior Constable Kerry Poole @kezkez_g. They co-ordinated a BBQ at Ernabella Police Station to commemorate the 10 year anniversary of the National Apology to the Stolen Generation. Over 200 people attended and it was a positive and meaningful way for Sapol to engage with the community. Well done to the organisers SC1C Poole. Both SC1C Poole and CC Tapaya have family members who were part of the Stolen Generation and it has significant meaning for both of them. #stolengeneration #indigenous #aboriginal #sapol #communityengagement #police #ernabella #nationalapology #reconciliation #proud #strongcommunities #apylands
Meet Community Constable Joseph Tapaya and Senior Constable Kerry Poole @kezkez_g. They co-ordinated a BBQ at Ernabella Police Station to commemorate the 10 year anniversary of the National Apology to the Stolen Generation. Over 200 people attended and it was a positive and meaningful way for Sapol to engage with the community. Well done to the organisers SC1C Poole. Both SC1C Poole and CC Tapaya have family members who were part of the Stolen Generation and it has significant meaning for both of them. #stolengeneration  #indigenous  #aboriginal  #sapol  #communityengagement  #police  #ernabella  #nationalapology  #reconciliation  #proud  #strongcommunities  #apylands 
Yesterday was the 10th Anniversary of the National Apology. Inspired by an awesome free @teachstarter resource and yesterday's @behindthenews segment I created my own Google Doc with activities and read some linked picture books. The class was really engaged and so moved by our history! Doing things like this is definitely one of the major reasons why I wanted to become an educator 😊
Yesterday was the 10th Anniversary of the National Apology. Inspired by an awesome free @teachstarter resource and yesterday's @behindthenews segment I created my own Google Doc with activities and read some linked picture books. The class was really engaged and so moved by our history! Doing things like this is definitely one of the major reasons why I wanted to become an educator 😊
Lost in translation. #nationalapology #stolen #archieroach #obamaportrait #kehindewiley @smithsoniannpg @sydneymorningherald #picoftheday #watercolor #drawing
Tuesday February 13th marks the 10th anniversary of the National Apology to the Stolen Generations by the Australian Government. A powerful moment of healing in our nation's history. We pay our respects to the Indigenous Australians, past and present. We celebrated the opening of our Redfern showroom with a traditional ceremony to connect with and to respect our Indigenous community. We continue to do so as part of the Maybell Group, a proud partner of Supply Nation.
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#cafecultureinsitu ➕#nationalapology #redfern #supplynation #sorryday
Tuesday February 13th marks the 10th anniversary of the National Apology to the Stolen Generations by the Australian Government. A powerful moment of healing in our nation's history. We pay our respects to the Indigenous Australians, past and present. We celebrated the opening of our Redfern showroom with a traditional ceremony to connect with and to respect our Indigenous community. We continue to do so as part of the Maybell Group, a proud partner of Supply Nation. . #cafecultureinsitu  ➕#nationalapology  #redfern  #supplynation  #sorryday 
Today marks the 10th anniversary of the Apology to the Stolen Generations, an important moment in Australian history that won't be forgotten. .
While there is still a gap to be bridged in our community and across Australia, we take time to commemorate this moment of healing and the first formal step to reconciliation.
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#sorry #reconciliation #closethegap #nationalapology #stolengeneration #australianhistory #aboriginal #10yearanniversary
Going forward or going backwards, which way are we Going? 
Sorry means you don't do it again. 
#nationalsorryday #nationalapology #stolengenerations #forcedremovals #tonyalbert #10yearanniversary
Our Blossom Hill Children have created this masterpiece of the Rainbow Serpent to remember the stolen generation on National Apology Day. A great way to share our local history with our future generation and show our respect as a community. #nationalapology #culture #communityfirst #childcareprovider #childcarelife #artwork
10th Anniversary 
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Teaching at a school where 15% of students identify as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander has truly been a culturally enriching experience. Today, I thoroughly enjoyed assisting students to complete this activity to celebrate the significance of the National Apology. Students also wrote their PEEL paragraphs using a hand-shaped scaffold, a symbol of belonging in Indigenous culture. #apology10
Teaching at a school where 15% of students identify as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander has truly been a culturally enriching experience. Today, I thoroughly enjoyed assisting students to complete this activity to celebrate the significance of the National Apology. Students also wrote their PEEL paragraphs using a hand-shaped scaffold, a symbol of belonging in Indigenous culture. #apology10 
YWCA Canberra acknowledges that today is #nationalsorryday - a day where we take steps together as a nation towards healing, respect and reconciliation. Our vision for reconciliation is that Canberra is a city that truly acknowledges, paysrespect to, and celebrates its Aboriginal cultures.
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#nationalapology #sharedhistroy #reconcilation #allaustralians #weareone #sorryday
The ILC pays our respects to Indigenous Australians today, on the 10th Anniversary of the National Apology to the Stolen Generations. We’re proud to take part in events to mark this special occasion in history. Thank you to @healingourway  for organising and commemorating the occasion and your ongoing support to Indigenous Australians on their journey of healing. 
#Apology10 #NationalApology #IndigenousExcellence #IndigLandCorp
The ILC pays our respects to Indigenous Australians today, on the 10th Anniversary of the National Apology to the Stolen Generations. We’re proud to take part in events to mark this special occasion in history. Thank you to @healingourway for organising and commemorating the occasion and your ongoing support to Indigenous Australians on their journey of healing. #Apology10  #NationalApology  #IndigenousExcellence  #IndigLandCorp 
Australia—Remote and Indigenous Ministry Support: Please pray as we complete the voice recording of the New Testament into the Pitjantjatjara language. Pray for the safety of all readers as they travel to Alice Springs to record. Please pray that God’s hand will be over all of the logistics as we complete this important project. 
Pray also as we commemorate the 10th anniversary of the National Apology. Pray for healing for the Stolen Generations, their families and communities.

#RIMS #Apology10 #NationalApology #pray
Australia—Remote and Indigenous Ministry Support: Please pray as we complete the voice recording of the New Testament into the Pitjantjatjara language. Pray for the safety of all readers as they travel to Alice Springs to record. Please pray that God’s hand will be over all of the logistics as we complete this important project. Pray also as we commemorate the 10th anniversary of the National Apology. Pray for healing for the Stolen Generations, their families and communities. #RIMS  #Apology10  #NationalApology  #pray 
Tuesday the 13th of February 2018. Today marks the 10th Anniversary of Prime Minister Rudd's National Apology in Parliament to the Indigenous people of Australia for the atrocities carried-out and the consequences of the Stolen Generations. At ACPA, the students learned more about the devastating and inhumane circumstances many Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people were forced into when they were taken from their families, or had their family taken from them. It was a time to reflect on how far we have come, but also how far we have to go. 
Photo #1: by Alan Porritt - AAP
Photo #2: ACPA students during their Analyse Cultural History and Theory class today with Aunty Judy .
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#sorry #apoloy #acpa #acpabrisbane #stolengenerations #stolengeneration #aboriginal #torresstraitislander #indigenous #australia #nationalapology #anniversary #history #education #knowledge
Tuesday the 13th of February 2018. Today marks the 10th Anniversary of Prime Minister Rudd's National Apology in Parliament to the Indigenous people of Australia for the atrocities carried-out and the consequences of the Stolen Generations. At ACPA, the students learned more about the devastating and inhumane circumstances many Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people were forced into when they were taken from their families, or had their family taken from them. It was a time to reflect on how far we have come, but also how far we have to go. Photo #1 : by Alan Porritt - AAP Photo #2 : ACPA students during their Analyse Cultural History and Theory class today with Aunty Judy . . . . . . . . #sorry  #apoloy  #acpa  #acpabrisbane  #stolengenerations  #stolengeneration  #aboriginal  #torresstraitislander  #indigenous  #australia  #nationalapology  #anniversary  #history  #education  #knowledge 
“For me, today is a 10 year reminder that little has changed. A lot was said, and they were good meaningful words, but little has followed through since. The gap still exists.” 👣 - Glen Isemonger, AIME Mentor and National Schools Partnerships Director. 
Learn more about the Stolen Generations here: http://stolengenerationstestimonies.com/index.php

#aimementoring #nationalapology #closethegap
“For me, today is a 10 year reminder that little has changed. A lot was said, and they were good meaningful words, but little has followed through since. The gap still exists.” 👣 - Glen Isemonger, AIME Mentor and National Schools Partnerships Director. Learn more about the Stolen Generations here: http://stolengenerationstestimonies.com/index.php #aimementoring  #nationalapology  #closethegap 
This year marks the 10th Anniversary of the National Apology to the Stolen Generations #nationalapology #nationalapologyday #stolengeneration #stolengenerationstories 
Stories from the Stolen Generation available for loan at our #aboriginalresourcecentre at Bowden, South Australia click on our bio to borrow these publications.
Today we paused to mark the 10th anniversary of the Federal Government's Apology to the Stolen generation.
#sorryday #nationalapology #reconciliation #Wurrundjeri
#closethegap #ozchild #stolengeneration

@Regranned from @glynissmalley -  In the sky outside my office to get people thinking.
@ozchildorg 
#apology10 #melbonpix #albertpark #reconciliation #nationalapology - #regrann
Today is the 10th Anniversary of Kevin Rudd's National Apology to the Stolen Generations. We watched the apology on the big screen out in the cultural centre, after which they also showed Ken Wyatt's 2010 response to the apology.

I don't mean to detract from the sentiment, I think Rudd was genuine, I think he meant what he said... but it's been 10 years, and Indigenous children are being removed from their homes at higher rates than ever seen during the initial Stolen Generations. 
We are living through another Stolen Generation.

#ReclaimAustralia #SorryDay #NationalApology #StolenGenerations #BlackLivesMatter #SOSBlakAustralia #Decolonize
Today is the 10th Anniversary of Kevin Rudd's National Apology to the Stolen Generations. We watched the apology on the big screen out in the cultural centre, after which they also showed Ken Wyatt's 2010 response to the apology. I don't mean to detract from the sentiment, I think Rudd was genuine, I think he meant what he said... but it's been 10 years, and Indigenous children are being removed from their homes at higher rates than ever seen during the initial Stolen Generations. We are living through another Stolen Generation. #ReclaimAustralia  #SorryDay  #NationalApology  #StolenGenerations  #BlackLivesMatter  #SOSBlakAustralia  #Decolonize 
NEW BLOG POST: 10th Anniversary of the Apology: A reflection of that momentous day and where we are today from a Darug Woman. http://www.wingaru.com.au/blog #apology10 #nationalapology #nationalapologyday #nationalapologyday2018
Today marks the tenth anniversary of the #NationalApology to the #StolenGenerations by the Australian Government, a powerful moment of healing. #Apology10

We see firsthand the power of #education to heal the past and build a future. The #music and #art used in this #video was created by #KidsThrive students participating in our #KIND program.
ILC and Indigenous Business Australia Staff in Perth acknowledging and paying respect to Members of the Stolen Generation on the 10 year anniversary.
#Apology10 #NationalApology #Yokai #IndigLandCorp #IndigenousExcellence
Major Sumner and the awesome Tal-kin-jeri dance group #journeyofhealing #nationalapology
Former PM Kevin Rudd and Therese Rein hug Elaine Randall a member of the stolen generation and one of the "Cootamundra girls" at a gathering in the great hall of Parliament House in Canberra this morning to mark the 10th anniversary of the apology to the stolen generation. #sorry #NationalApology #auspol #auspolitics Tuesday 13th February 2018.
Former PM Kevin Rudd and Therese Rein hug Elaine Randall a member of the stolen generation and one of the "Cootamundra girls" at a gathering in the great hall of Parliament House in Canberra this morning to mark the 10th anniversary of the apology to the stolen generation. #sorry  #NationalApology  #auspol  #auspolitics  Tuesday 13th February 2018.
Ten years ago I was honoured to have dinner with Kevin and Therese at the Lodge on the eve of the National Apology and then see Kevin deliver that nation-changing speech the next day. I’ve spent nine of the last ten years working to close the gap. This week it has been moving to reflect on how far we’ve come but more significantly my thoughts always come back to how much further we have to go #apology10 #nationalapology #kevinrudd #closingthegap #educationiskey
Ten years ago I was honoured to have dinner with Kevin and Therese at the Lodge on the eve of the National Apology and then see Kevin deliver that nation-changing speech the next day. I’ve spent nine of the last ten years working to close the gap. This week it has been moving to reflect on how far we’ve come but more significantly my thoughts always come back to how much further we have to go #apology10  #nationalapology  #kevinrudd  #closingthegap  #educationiskey 
National Apology Day
Today, 13th February 2018, marks the 10th anniversary of the apology to the stolen generation by former  Prime Minister Kevin Rudd. 
In 10 years little has been done to deliver on the promises made by the Australian government. 
Sorry is a promise. Sorry needs action.
Let us take responsibility for the promises our government has neglected.
Darius Guilford
#nationalapology
#apology10
National Apology Day Today, 13th February 2018, marks the 10th anniversary of the apology to the stolen generation by former  Prime Minister Kevin Rudd. In 10 years little has been done to deliver on the promises made by the Australian government. Sorry is a promise. Sorry needs action. Let us take responsibility for the promises our government has neglected. Darius Guilford #nationalapology  #apology10 
‪Was lucky enough to be standing on this Parliamentary forecourt 10 years ago today. #stillsorry #nationalapology #Indigenous #FirstPeople #mentalhealth ‬
"My pinhole artworks are focused on truth telling and aim to shine a light on the veiled history of frontier resistance. This particular series of works pays tribute to the Bama warriors of the North Queensland rainforests in the Atherton Tableland region. These warriors fought valiantly over many generations to defend their ancestral lands from frontier expansion. 
The geometrical designs in the work reference the traditional painted shields unique to the region. These shields were not only objects of defence but also symbols of identity and conveyors of cultural knowledge and place. I have used pinholes to highlight the bloody intersection of two cultures. They symbolise the many rainforest shields punctured with bullet holes during these frontier conflicts. As Christie Palmerston, an explorer at the time so chillingly wrote: "Their shields may answer very well for the purposes of their wars, but my rifle drilled through these as if they were sheets of paper." Shield designs are my way of connecting to my culture and have been an abiding research interest of mine for over 25 years. Shields were and still are an important part of North Queensland heritage and culture. 
My shield designs are presented as a stark reminder of truth, frontier resistance and the aftermath of cultural identity stripped bare." Jennifer Herd - artist statement

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Jennifer Herd
'Diamond Series II - Number 2' 2016
Perforated Aquarelle Arches cold pressed watercolour paper, 76 x 56cm
Griffith University Art Collection. Purchased 2016
Courtesy the artist and Fireworks Gallery, Brisbane  #jenniferherd #sorry #nationalapology #tenyears #stolengeneration #anniversary #apology#nsdc #reconciliation #contemporary #art #paper #shield #history
"My pinhole artworks are focused on truth telling and aim to shine a light on the veiled history of frontier resistance. This particular series of works pays tribute to the Bama warriors of the North Queensland rainforests in the Atherton Tableland region. These warriors fought valiantly over many generations to defend their ancestral lands from frontier expansion. The geometrical designs in the work reference the traditional painted shields unique to the region. These shields were not only objects of defence but also symbols of identity and conveyors of cultural knowledge and place. I have used pinholes to highlight the bloody intersection of two cultures. They symbolise the many rainforest shields punctured with bullet holes during these frontier conflicts. As Christie Palmerston, an explorer at the time so chillingly wrote: "Their shields may answer very well for the purposes of their wars, but my rifle drilled through these as if they were sheets of paper." Shield designs are my way of connecting to my culture and have been an abiding research interest of mine for over 25 years. Shields were and still are an important part of North Queensland heritage and culture. My shield designs are presented as a stark reminder of truth, frontier resistance and the aftermath of cultural identity stripped bare." Jennifer Herd - artist statement Image: Jennifer Herd 'Diamond Series II - Number 2' 2016 Perforated Aquarelle Arches cold pressed watercolour paper, 76 x 56cm Griffith University Art Collection. Purchased 2016 Courtesy the artist and Fireworks Gallery, Brisbane #jenniferherd  #sorry  #nationalapology  #tenyears  #stolengeneration  #anniversary  #apology #nsdc  #reconciliation  #contemporary  #art  #paper  #shield  #history 
"My pinhole artworks are focused on truth telling and aim to shine a light on the veiled history of frontier resistance. This particular series of works pays tribute to the Bama warriors of the North Queensland rainforests in the Atherton Tableland region. These warriors fought valiantly over many generations to defend their ancestral lands from frontier expansion. 
The geometrical designs in the work reference the traditional painted shields unique to the region. These shields were not only objects of defence but also symbols of identity and conveyors of cultural knowledge and place. I have used pinholes to highlight the bloody intersection of two cultures. They symbolise the many rainforest shields punctured with bullet holes during these frontier conflicts. As Christie Palmerston, an explorer at the time so chillingly wrote: "Their shields may answer very well for the purposes of their wars, but my rifle drilled through these as if they were sheets of paper." Shield designs are my way of connecting to my culture and have been an abiding research interest of mine for over 25 years. Shields were and still are an important part of North Queensland heritage and culture. 
My shield designs are presented as a stark reminder of truth, frontier resistance and the aftermath of cultural identity stripped bare." Jennifer Herd - artist statement

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Jennifer Herd
'Diamond Series II - Number 3' 2016
Perforated Aquarelle Arches cold pressed watercolour paper, 76 x 56cm
Griffith University Art Collection. Purchased 2016
Courtesy the artist and Fireworks Gallery, Brisbane  #jenniferherd #sorry #nationalapology #tenyears #stolengeneration #anniversary #apology#nsdc #reconciliation #contemporary #art #paper #shield #history
"My pinhole artworks are focused on truth telling and aim to shine a light on the veiled history of frontier resistance. This particular series of works pays tribute to the Bama warriors of the North Queensland rainforests in the Atherton Tableland region. These warriors fought valiantly over many generations to defend their ancestral lands from frontier expansion. The geometrical designs in the work reference the traditional painted shields unique to the region. These shields were not only objects of defence but also symbols of identity and conveyors of cultural knowledge and place. I have used pinholes to highlight the bloody intersection of two cultures. They symbolise the many rainforest shields punctured with bullet holes during these frontier conflicts. As Christie Palmerston, an explorer at the time so chillingly wrote: "Their shields may answer very well for the purposes of their wars, but my rifle drilled through these as if they were sheets of paper." Shield designs are my way of connecting to my culture and have been an abiding research interest of mine for over 25 years. Shields were and still are an important part of North Queensland heritage and culture. My shield designs are presented as a stark reminder of truth, frontier resistance and the aftermath of cultural identity stripped bare." Jennifer Herd - artist statement Image: Jennifer Herd 'Diamond Series II - Number 3' 2016 Perforated Aquarelle Arches cold pressed watercolour paper, 76 x 56cm Griffith University Art Collection. Purchased 2016 Courtesy the artist and Fireworks Gallery, Brisbane #jenniferherd  #sorry  #nationalapology  #tenyears  #stolengeneration  #anniversary  #apology #nsdc  #reconciliation  #contemporary  #art  #paper  #shield  #history 
"My pinhole artworks are focused on truth telling and aim to shine a light on the veiled history of frontier resistance. This particular series of works pays tribute to the Bama warriors of the North Queensland rainforests in the Atherton Tableland region. These warriors fought valiantly over many generations to defend their ancestral lands from frontier expansion. 
The geometrical designs in the work reference the traditional painted shields unique to the region. These shields were not only objects of defence but also symbols of identity and conveyors of cultural knowledge and place. I have used pinholes to highlight the bloody intersection of two cultures. They symbolise the many rainforest shields punctured with bullet holes during these frontier conflicts. As Christie Palmerston, an explorer at the time so chillingly wrote: "Their shields may answer very well for the purposes of their wars, but my rifle drilled through these as if they were sheets of paper." Shield designs are my way of connecting to my culture and have been an abiding research interest of mine for over 25 years. Shields were and still are an important part of North Queensland heritage and culture. 
My shield designs are presented as a stark reminder of truth, frontier resistance and the aftermath of cultural identity stripped bare." Jennifer Herd - artist statement

Image:
Jennifer Herd
'Diamond Series II - Number 1' 2016
Perforated Aquarelle Arches cold pressed watercolour paper, 76 x 56cm
Griffith University Art Collection. Purchased 2016
Courtesy the artist and Fireworks Gallery, Brisbane  #jenniferherd #sorry #nationalapology #tenyears #stolengeneration #anniversary #apology#nsdc #reconciliation #contemporary #art #paper #shield #history
"My pinhole artworks are focused on truth telling and aim to shine a light on the veiled history of frontier resistance. This particular series of works pays tribute to the Bama warriors of the North Queensland rainforests in the Atherton Tableland region. These warriors fought valiantly over many generations to defend their ancestral lands from frontier expansion. The geometrical designs in the work reference the traditional painted shields unique to the region. These shields were not only objects of defence but also symbols of identity and conveyors of cultural knowledge and place. I have used pinholes to highlight the bloody intersection of two cultures. They symbolise the many rainforest shields punctured with bullet holes during these frontier conflicts. As Christie Palmerston, an explorer at the time so chillingly wrote: "Their shields may answer very well for the purposes of their wars, but my rifle drilled through these as if they were sheets of paper." Shield designs are my way of connecting to my culture and have been an abiding research interest of mine for over 25 years. Shields were and still are an important part of North Queensland heritage and culture. My shield designs are presented as a stark reminder of truth, frontier resistance and the aftermath of cultural identity stripped bare." Jennifer Herd - artist statement Image: Jennifer Herd 'Diamond Series II - Number 1' 2016 Perforated Aquarelle Arches cold pressed watercolour paper, 76 x 56cm Griffith University Art Collection. Purchased 2016 Courtesy the artist and Fireworks Gallery, Brisbane #jenniferherd  #sorry  #nationalapology  #tenyears  #stolengeneration  #anniversary  #apology #nsdc  #reconciliation  #contemporary  #art  #paper  #shield  #history 
In the sky outside my office to get people thinking.
@ozchildorg 
#apology10 #melbonpix #albertpark #reconciliation #nationalapology
“At Albert’s request, the work was installed backwards in this exhibition [My Country, I Still Call Australia Home: Contemporary Art From Black Australia, QAGOMA 2013] to prompt audiences to question what has improved for Australia’s Indigenous community since the Apology (Albert, 2013)” Meaghan Weudemann, ‘Sorry, Not Sorry’ Eyeline Magazine, 2013.

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Tony Albert, Girramay people, Sorry, 2008. Found kitsch objects applied to vinyl letters, 99 objects: 200 x 510 x 10cm (installed). The James C Sourris, AM, Collection. Purchased 2008 with funds from James C Sourris through the Queensland Art Gallery Foundation. Collection: Queensland Art Gallery.

#sorry #nationalapology #tenyears #tonyalbert #stolengeneration #anniversary #apology #nsdc #reconciliation #contemporaryart #art #qagoma
“At Albert’s request, the work was installed backwards in this exhibition [My Country, I Still Call Australia Home: Contemporary Art From Black Australia, QAGOMA 2013] to prompt audiences to question what has improved for Australia’s Indigenous community since the Apology (Albert, 2013)” Meaghan Weudemann, ‘Sorry, Not Sorry’ Eyeline Magazine, 2013. Image: Tony Albert, Girramay people, Sorry, 2008. Found kitsch objects applied to vinyl letters, 99 objects: 200 x 510 x 10cm (installed). The James C Sourris, AM, Collection. Purchased 2008 with funds from James C Sourris through the Queensland Art Gallery Foundation. Collection: Queensland Art Gallery. #sorry  #nationalapology  #tenyears  #tonyalbert  #stolengeneration  #anniversary  #apology  #nsdc  #reconciliation  #contemporaryart  #art  #qagoma 
Today marks the 10th Anniversary of the National Apology to the Stolen Generations delivered at Parliament House in Canberra.

The National Apology was an important chapter in our history - a significant step which fostered healing.

The Governor remains committed to Reconciliation and is determined to be a part of the process of building a better today, and a better tomorrow, for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples, especially here in New South Wales.

On this Anniversary day, Linda and I pay our respects to the traditional owners of this land, to Elders, past and present, and to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People of this nation.
#apology10 #nationalapologyday #nationalapology #closethegap #indigenousaustralians #stolengeneration
Today marks the 10th Anniversary of the National Apology to the Stolen Generations delivered at Parliament House in Canberra. The National Apology was an important chapter in our history - a significant step which fostered healing. The Governor remains committed to Reconciliation and is determined to be a part of the process of building a better today, and a better tomorrow, for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples, especially here in New South Wales. On this Anniversary day, Linda and I pay our respects to the traditional owners of this land, to Elders, past and present, and to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People of this nation. #apology10  #nationalapologyday  #nationalapology  #closethegap  #indigenousaustralians  #stolengeneration 
Lovely breakfast commemorating the 10th anniversary of the National Apology to the Stolen Generations at Koobara, Zillmere this morning. #koobaraplaygroups #qatsif #nationalapology
Today is National Apology Anniversary!

Today is a mark of respect of the achievement that was the apology to the Stolen Generations, and a reminder to the broader public, to the country's politicians and policy makers, that sorry is more than a word, and that communities, Stolen Generations focussed community and peak body organisations, and government politicians and policy makers must continue to work together in order to achieve key outcomes for the Stolen Generations.

Email: nsdc@nsdc.org.au
Website: healingfoundation.org.au/

#nsdc #nationalapology #stolengeneration #apology #sorry #worktogether #healingfoundation #anniversary #10thanniversary #australia #bpttc
Today is National Apology Anniversary! Today is a mark of respect of the achievement that was the apology to the Stolen Generations, and a reminder to the broader public, to the country's politicians and policy makers, that sorry is more than a word, and that communities, Stolen Generations focussed community and peak body organisations, and government politicians and policy makers must continue to work together in order to achieve key outcomes for the Stolen Generations. Email: nsdc@nsdc.org.au Website: healingfoundation.org.au/ #nsdc  #nationalapology  #stolengeneration  #apology  #sorry  #worktogether  #healingfoundation  #anniversary  #10thanniversary  #australia  #bpttc 
10 years ago today, at 9am on 13 February 2008, Prime Minister Kevin Rudd MP delivered an official apology to the Stolen Generations.
This was a huge milestone for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities around the nation and an important step toward reconciliation, but we still have a ways to go.
"We today take this first step by acknowledging the past and laying claim to a future that embraces all Australians."
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#apologytothestolengenerations #kevinrudd #yerinahc #yerin #nationalapology #auspol
10 years ago today, at 9am on 13 February 2008, Prime Minister Kevin Rudd MP delivered an official apology to the Stolen Generations. This was a huge milestone for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities around the nation and an important step toward reconciliation, but we still have a ways to go. "We today take this first step by acknowledging the past and laying claim to a future that embraces all Australians." . . . . #apologytothestolengenerations  #kevinrudd  #yerinahc  #yerin  #nationalapology  #auspol 
An honour to commemorate the 10th anniversary of the #NationalApology at a flag raising ceremony at #Queensland’s Parliament House. Especially great to commemorate this event alongside Aunty Peggy Tidyman, first Indigenous woman elected to Qld Parliament @leeanneenoch_mp, & 
Member for Cook & first Torres Strait Islander MP in Australia Cynthia Lui.

#Apology10 #qldpol
An honour to commemorate the 10th anniversary of the #NationalApology  at a flag raising ceremony at #Queensland ’s Parliament House. Especially great to commemorate this event alongside Aunty Peggy Tidyman, first Indigenous woman elected to Qld Parliament @leeanneenoch_mp, & Member for Cook & first Torres Strait Islander MP in Australia Cynthia Lui. #Apology10  #qldpol 
Today we mark the 10th Anniversary of National Apology Day which commemorates former PM Kevin Rudd’s apology to Australia’s First Peoples and those whose lives were impacted by past government policies of child removal and assimilation. We would like to take this opportunity to pay our respects to the Traditional Owners of Country throughout #Victoria, and #acknowledge their continuing connection to lands, waters and communities. Learn more via our bio.
Today we mark the 10th Anniversary of National Apology Day which commemorates former PM Kevin Rudd’s apology to Australia’s First Peoples and those whose lives were impacted by past government policies of child removal and assimilation. We would like to take this opportunity to pay our respects to the Traditional Owners of Country throughout #Victoria , and #acknowledge  their continuing connection to lands, waters and communities. Learn more via our bio.
Today we commemorate the 10th year anniversary of the National apology #apology10 #nationalapology #nationalapologyday
Beautiful morning in Shepparton’s Queen’s Gardens for today’s 2010 Apology Breakfast recognising the 10th anniversary of the National Apology.
#nationalapology #breakfast #shepparton #queensgardens
Going forward, going backwards, which way are we going? Today remembering #10years #nationalapology Tony Albert’s ‘Sorry’ 2008. Collection: Queensland Art Gallery @tonyalbert
Going forward, going backwards, which way are we going? Today remembering #10years  #nationalapology  Tony Albert’s ‘Sorry’ 2008. Collection: Queensland Art Gallery @tonyalbert
On this day a decade ago, the nation paused to listen to one of the most powerful speeches in Australia's history, given by the then #PrimeMinisterofAustralia @mrkrudd on behalf of past governments. We paused together, to hear one word resonate across this country #SORRY 
@reconciliationaus CEO @karenmundine says, 'The Apology was a significant step towards healing the wounds of the past by acknowledging the suffering and loss experienced by the Stolen Generations and the broader Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community.'
This year, the amazingly talented @dubleffler and I are releasing a new children's book- SORRY DAY- which will be launched in Canberra on #nationalsorryday in May. 
Today, we reflect on how far we have come as a nation, towards true reconciliation, but we are also reminded that more needs to be done #sorry #nationalapology #sharedhistory #truthtelling #allaustralians #sorryday #nla
On this day a decade ago, the nation paused to listen to one of the most powerful speeches in Australia's history, given by the then #PrimeMinisterofAustralia  @mrkrudd on behalf of past governments. We paused together, to hear one word resonate across this country #SORRY  @reconciliationaus CEO @karenmundine says, 'The Apology was a significant step towards healing the wounds of the past by acknowledging the suffering and loss experienced by the Stolen Generations and the broader Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community.' This year, the amazingly talented @dubleffler and I are releasing a new children's book- SORRY DAY- which will be launched in Canberra on #nationalsorryday  in May. Today, we reflect on how far we have come as a nation, towards true reconciliation, but we are also reminded that more needs to be done #sorry  #nationalapology  #sharedhistory  #truthtelling  #allaustralians  #sorryday  #nla 
The Hon Kevin Rudd, Former Prime Minister of Australia, Addressing the National Press Club on the 10th Anniversary of the National Apology to Indigenous Australians. 
#NPC #pressclubaddress #reconciliation #nationalapology #auspol #liveaddress #kevinrudd #canberraevents
Ah, Melbourne. There are so many things I love and appreciate about you. 
#NationalApology
#alwayswasalwayswillbe
Uncle Sam Watson, Kevin Rudd, Jackie Trad and I, speaking at Cranbrook Place after acknowledging the tenth anniversary of the National Apology. Thank you, Kevin, for speaking on behalf of the parliament and the nation that day. #apology10 #nationalApology
Uncle Sam Watson, Kevin Rudd, Jackie Trad and I, speaking at Cranbrook Place after acknowledging the tenth anniversary of the National Apology. Thank you, Kevin, for speaking on behalf of the parliament and the nation that day. #apology10  #nationalApology 
OAMS invites you to our practice next Tuesday 13th Feb from 1pm to 2pm to acknowledge the 10th anniversary of the National Apology to the Stolen Generation, by former PM Kevin Rudd. Open to all community, especially families affected by the Stolen Generation. 
There will be a screening of the Apology along with afternoon tea. #nationalapology #stolengeneration #oams #orangensw #closethegap
OAMS invites you to our practice next Tuesday 13th Feb from 1pm to 2pm to acknowledge the 10th anniversary of the National Apology to the Stolen Generation, by former PM Kevin Rudd. Open to all community, especially families affected by the Stolen Generation. There will be a screening of the Apology along with afternoon tea. #nationalapology  #stolengeneration  #oams  #orangensw  #closethegap 
Great surprise to be seated next to this bloke this morning! Back in the day we used to run into each other at all the “youth” events. Far too old for that now @tbgoodwin #apology10 #nationalapology
Great surprise to be seated next to this bloke this morning! Back in the day we used to run into each other at all the “youth” events. Far too old for that now @tbgoodwin #apology10  #nationalapology 
Two of our amazing AIEF graduates Chris and Kygim with former PM Kevin Rudd at this morning’s National Apology 10th Anniversary Breakfast #apology10 #AIEF #nationalapology
Two of our amazing AIEF graduates Chris and Kygim with former PM Kevin Rudd at this morning’s National Apology 10th Anniversary Breakfast #apology10  #AIEF  #nationalapology 
This amazing lady is AIEF graduate and dear friend Kygim. She’s an up and coming young lawyer #aief #apology10 #nationalapology #inspired
One of our annual catch ups National Apology 10th Anniversary Breakfast @gilimbaa #apology10 #davidwilliams #nationalapology #breakfast #sydney #nswparliamenthouse
Alice Eather Daiguma:. A leader, a fierce warrior, an educator and poet . Inspired by the amazing @adnate work #gumalab #aboriginal #aboriginalart #arnhem #arnhemland #tribal #indigenous #indigenousart #nationalapology #sorryday #invasionday #stopadani #firstpeople #marajoara #maningrida #northernterritory
This year marks the 10th anniversary of the historic National Sorry Day Speech. And this year, the amazingly talented Dub Leffler and I have a very special book coming out in May. It will be launched on National Sorry Day in Canberra #sorryday #nationalapology #kevinrudd #nla #childrensbooks #staytunedformore
A friend received this today. In his youth, he was arrested during bathhouse raids targeting gay men. State-sponsored oppression continues today vis-a-vis a number of folks within our communities. That said, Canada has made a historic step in the right direction. Let us not forget our two-spirit, QPOC, trans migrant, intersex, street-involved & incarcerated siblings.
🙌🙏🙌🙏🙌🙏🙌
#CanPoli #Canada #LGBTQ2 #NationalApology #AntiOppression
A friend received this today. In his youth, he was arrested during bathhouse raids targeting gay men. State-sponsored oppression continues today vis-a-vis a number of folks within our communities. That said, Canada has made a historic step in the right direction. Let us not forget our two-spirit, QPOC, trans migrant, intersex, street-involved & incarcerated siblings. 🙌🙏🙌🙏🙌🙏🙌 #CanPoli  #Canada  #LGBTQ2  #NationalApology  #AntiOppression 
Globe and Mail, Sept 14, 2017.  #lgbt #canada #nationalapology #redress
National Sorry Day. 20th anniversary of the acknowledgement of over 200 years of systemic abuse and marginalisation of our indigenous people.  Honoured to be part of a healing gathering held in Western Sydney. Archie Roach provided the soundtrack to a powerful and moving ceremony. We are all connected...
Aboriginal people were finally recognised as citizens in 1967 as a result of a national referendum, although they continued to be classified under 'flora and fauna' until the early 1980s. Today they make up 2.5 % of Australia's population, yet account for 44% of male inmates in juvenile and adult detention.  #hopeday #sorryday #archieroach #aboriginalaustralia #kevinrudd #nationalapology #paulkeating #stolengeneration #fuckneoliberalideology
National Sorry Day. 20th anniversary of the acknowledgement of over 200 years of systemic abuse and marginalisation of our indigenous people. Honoured to be part of a healing gathering held in Western Sydney. Archie Roach provided the soundtrack to a powerful and moving ceremony. We are all connected... Aboriginal people were finally recognised as citizens in 1967 as a result of a national referendum, although they continued to be classified under 'flora and fauna' until the early 1980s. Today they make up 2.5 % of Australia's population, yet account for 44% of male inmates in juvenile and adult detention. #hopeday  #sorryday  #archieroach  #aboriginalaustralia  #kevinrudd  #nationalapology  #paulkeating  #stolengeneration  #fuckneoliberalideology 
Lucky enough to be playing a part in this amazing child's life #kinship #ourkidsbelongwithfamily #nationalapology #sorrymeansyoudontdoitagain
They took away our rights.
They took away our dignity.
They took away our kids.
There is a lot to answer for.
- Gamilaraay Woman, Melinda Gibbs. Goodooga, NSW. 
Learn more about the Stolen Generations here: http://stolengenerationstestimonies.com/index.php

#aimementoring #nationalapology #closethegap
They took away our rights. They took away our dignity. They took away our kids. There is a lot to answer for. - Gamilaraay Woman, Melinda Gibbs. Goodooga, NSW. Learn more about the Stolen Generations here: http://stolengenerationstestimonies.com/index.php #aimementoring  #nationalapology  #closethegap 
Thank you to everyone who came to our Memories in the Mall today.  The event was held to commemorate the National Apology. On 13 February 2008, former Prime Minister Kevin Rudd apologised to the Stolen Generations and said sorry. 
The event was a big success with lots of crowd participation from local residents, the Aboriginal community, Members of Gandangara Local Aboriginal Land Council and guests from the MLC. 
A special thanks to the Guntawang Aboriginal Resources Incorporated (GARI), our performers Walangari Karntawarra, our principal performer and CEO of Walangari.com.au Uncle Stephen Willams and Liverpool Councillors Karress Rhodes and Geoff Shelton who also attended.
Thank you to everyone who came to our Memories in the Mall today. The event was held to commemorate the National Apology. On 13 February 2008, former Prime Minister Kevin Rudd apologised to the Stolen Generations and said sorry. The event was a big success with lots of crowd participation from local residents, the Aboriginal community, Members of Gandangara Local Aboriginal Land Council and guests from the MLC. A special thanks to the Guntawang Aboriginal Resources Incorporated (GARI), our performers Walangari Karntawarra, our principal performer and CEO of Walangari.com.au Uncle Stephen Willams and Liverpool Councillors Karress Rhodes and Geoff Shelton who also attended.
We welcomed Aunty Flo Watson to the OCG office today to mark the ninth anniversary of the National Apology to Australia’s Stolen Generations.

Aunty Flo’s story was one of resilience and hope.

The apology was a significant turning point in Australia’s history in acknowledging past injustices towards Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, including the forced removal of children from families and communities, and has become a catalyst for change and healing.

Thank you again for sharing your story Aunty Flo.
#nationalapology
We welcomed Aunty Flo Watson to the OCG office today to mark the ninth anniversary of the National Apology to Australia’s Stolen Generations. Aunty Flo’s story was one of resilience and hope. The apology was a significant turning point in Australia’s history in acknowledging past injustices towards Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, including the forced removal of children from families and communities, and has become a catalyst for change and healing. Thank you again for sharing your story Aunty Flo. #nationalapology 
Today marks the 9th anniversary of the National Apology to the Stolen Generations; a sense of national sorrow for those affected by the forced removal of children and assimilation policies by the Australian Government #NationalApology #HealingFoundation #IndigenousAustralians @mrkrudd @
Today marks the 9th anniversary of the National Apology to the Stolen Generations; a sense of national sorrow for those affected by the forced removal of children and assimilation policies by the Australian Government #NationalApology  #HealingFoundation  #IndigenousAustralians  @mrkrudd @