Building relationships and hearing different perspectives is a core part of Reconciliation, and developing a more inclusive community. Here you can read stories from real people about their experiences and understanding of Reconciliation. You can also join in on the conversation by sharing your story, or visiting us on facebook.
Joan Tranter: Listen, talk and help
Joan always believed that education was the way forward. Now she is handing on her knowledge to others, of all nationalities.
Adam Hill - Visual activism
Adam Hill’s sharp-edged imagery provokes discussion about truth and social justice.
Urthboy has something to say.
Larissa Behrendt - Speaking out
Of Eualeyai/Kamillaroi heritage, Larissa advocates for social justice as an academic, lawyer and novelist.
Reconciliation – what it means to me
I was born in Darkinjung country, and grew up there surrounded by bushland and beaches on the Central Coast NSW.
Wilcannia wins the greatest game of all
It is approaching sunset in the red desert, and rowdy, cheeky boys are playing rugby league in the last of the light.
Suzanne McCourt Letter to CAR
Letter to the Council for Aboriginal Reconciliation following Corroboree 2000
In memory of those in unmarked graves
Kempsey Shire Council in partnership with the Aboriginal community has finished work to give recognition to unmarked graves at the East Kempsey Cemetery.