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29 May

05:30pm - 08:00pm

Reconciliation Memoirs with Carol Innes AM

Hacket Hall, WA Museum Boola Bardip

Join us in WA Museum Boola Bardip’s stunning Hacket Hall as we launch Reconciliation Memoirs with Carol Innes AM

Each year, Reconciliation WA produces the memoirs of a long-standing champion in the reconciliation movement.

This year we sat down with Noongar leader Carol Innes AM, to present her Reconciliation Memoirs, written in collaboration with Victoria Laurie.

Carol is a committed advocate for the reconciliation movement, and has made a significant contribution to the recognition, preservation, and advancement of Aboriginal culture, rights, and economic opportunities in Western Australia. Carol served as the Co-Chair for Reconciliation WA for seven years and is currently Co-Director at Danjoo Koorliny, an Aboriginal-led project to help all of us walk together as Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people to co-create a better future for all.

Tickets for the in-person event include food, and a copy of the memoirs.

This event will also be streamed virtually across the State, everybody is welcome to join us.

Join in the online conversation at #ReconciliationWA & #NRW2024.

Please view the full program for the in-person Reconciliation Memoirs, here.