Inaugural Book Review – Finding the Heart of the Nation by Thomas Mayor

    We are excited to share Reconciliation SA’s first Book Review from Book Club participant, Sarah Alpers. Sarah was apart of the inaugural book review gathering on January 13 2020.   The small group read from Thomas Mayor’s Finding the Heart of the Nation. Read the review below: Thomas Mayor has written the wonderfully rich and inspiring “Finding the … Read More

A Coolamon in Canberra – Ivan makes his Mark

Peramangk and Kaurna Elder Uncle Ivan Tiwu-Copley recently travelled to the nation’s capital after an invite from the Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies (AIATSIS), to attend the  ‘Ngulla Wellamunagaa – Trees that have survived and revived’  Exhibition launch at the National Museum of Australia. The opening, which was on the 4th of December 2019 featured a … Read More

Bumpa’s Legacy – Not just the ASG

In 1973, respected Elder, Uncle Cyril ‘Bumpa’ Coaby, got together with now Greens Party member and respected Elder, Uncle Moogy Sumner, and a few others, to get themselves off the grog. What started as a group of brothers trying to stay sober, driving around in a clapped out old car that needed one its doors held shut with an over-hanging … Read More

National Apology Breakfast 2020 – Book Now

Join us for Reconciliation South Australia’s, National Apology Breakfast. This Breakfast is South Australia’s premier event to commemorate the 2008 National Apology to the Stolen Generations provided the then Prime Minister Kevin Rudd. This event is a great opportunity to show your support and solidarity with the Stolen Generation survivors and learn more about the how these past policies and … Read More