Yuin Byalla in Burramatta
Hear from First Nations experts and community leaders at this Reconciliation Week discussion.
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As the saying goes, actions speak louder than words, and this year's theme for Reconciliation Week echoes that same sentiment. To take action yourself this year during Reconciliation Week, join First Nations experts and community leaders for the panel discussion Yuin Byalla in Burramatta (Truth Talking in Parramatta) at Parramatta's Riverside Theatre.
On Thursday, June 3, join award-winning writer Bruce Pascoe (Dark Emu), astronomer Karlie Noon First Nations youth-led climate network Seed, Aboriginal rights advocate Monica Morgan and Kamilaroi water scientist Brad Moggridge as they discuss the theme 'More Than A Word. Reconciliation Takes Action' for Reconciliation Week 2021, as well as NAIDOC Week (July 4–11) theme 'Heal Country'.
Arrive at 6pm for the smoking ceremony at Riverside Loggia, then head inside for the panel discussion. The talk is recommended for audiences ages 15 years and over and will cover topics from deaths in custody, the stolen generation to climate change.
Tickets are $10 for adults and can be purchased online. For more information and to book, visit the website.
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Friday, November 12 - Sunday, December 12
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