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Reconciliation Week a time for reflection and healing at USQ

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USQ Fraser Coast staff, students and traditional indigenous owners the Butchulla people came together today to commemorate National Sorry Day and National Reconciliation Week.

Indigenous dancer Richard (Joe Joe) Gala opened the one-hour tribute with the Welcome to Country dance and whale song on didgeridoo. Campus Executive Manager Brett...

 

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University of Sydney celebrates at Reconciliation Week 2013

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Ever wondered what it's like to be an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander student at the University of Sydney? Want to have an open, honest discussion of racism in Australia? Interested in putting your own mark on one of Australia's largest public artworks or biggest national projects?

The University of Sydney is celebrating Reconciliation...

 

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