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A New Place to Call Home
The Sunbury Aboriginal Corporation has a new place to call home.
The corporation has a new space at Sunbury and Cobaw Community Health from which it will provide supported access to culturally appropriate health care, education, housing, youth, justice, arts, sport and recreation.
Children's Week Knowledge Sharing
A very special Children’s Week celebration is happening in Sunbury on Sunday, October 23,
The free Bush Walk and Talk event, guided by Aunty Jo Russell, will explore The Nook in Sunbury and teach children about native plants and their uses.
Celebrating first Culture
Sunbury/Koorakoorakup sits on the lands of the Wurundjeri Woi Wurrung peoples, and will celebrate National Aborigines and Islanders Day Observance Committee (NAIDOC) week on July 3. Kamilaroi woman Lucy Webster is a community support worker at Sunbury Aboriginal Corporation and said the NAIDOC would be “a great, big party”.
Advocate welcomes return of Aboriginal flag to public hands
Sunbury Aboriginal Corporation board member and Kamilaroi man Dean Duncan has welcomed the federal government’s acquisition of the copyright of the Aboriginal flag, describing it as “long overdue” justice for the country’s indigenous communities.
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The Global Learning Festival is almost upon us, packed with over 50 online FREE events! Running 6-9 November, it’s not too late to check out the program and register for events. There is something in the program to engage, enthral and entertain everyone! Hear from young Aboriginal woman Marlee Silva as she uses strength-based storytelling to champion the voices of Indigenous Australia in the Wyndham WYNtalk: Pathway to Reconciliation November 8 @ 7pm-8pm (AEDT) Hear from a panel of young people advancing STEM, performing arts and entrepreneurial spirit in the Transformative Education Showcase November 7 @ 9:30am-11am (AEDT) Keen to know more about all things space and astronomy? Hear from Kirsten Banks, proud Wiradjuri woman and Astrophysicist, as she shares her passion for mainstream and Aboriginal astronomy. November 9 @ 7pm-8pm (AEDT) Enjoy some online puzzle-solving with the Clue Detective Puzzle Agency, solve crosswords, codewords and sudoku whilst meeting new people November 7 @ 2pm-3pm (AEDT) Hear the inspiring, amazing stories of refugees who have fled situations of conflict from Ukraine, Afghanistan and Across the World. Join author Laurie Nowell as he puts a human face to these real stories of resilience. November 7 @ 7pm (AEDT) But wait, there’s more!! Guangzhou Open University is providing a Cell Phone Photographer workshop; there is a Young Writers Program; join 2nd grader Avery to learn how to bake a Vanilla Apple Pie; hear Marco te Brommelstroet, live from Amsterdam as he shares how we can take back our streets and transform our lives. These are just a few of the many events on offer – check out the whole program here! And please feel free to invite your friends, communities, family and networks along!