Wednesday, August 10, 2022

Gai Smith


Restored mural honours a profound history

Redfern’s restored mural is our honouring of all the footprints of 60,000 years, our monument.

Recalling rare virtue and vision ­– the story of William Cooper

The story of William Cooper and the connection between the Australian Aboriginal and Jewish communities.

Remembering a fearless champion – Kaye Mundine (1947-2016)

Kaye was an extraordinary Bundjalung/Gumbaynggirr woman with a passion for social justice and the personality to communicate her enthusiasm and win people to her...

Spirited women share the journey

When the Council for Aboriginal Reconciliation announced that the first National Reconciliation Week would be held between May 27 and June 3, 1996, they...

Bujari gamarruwa!

REDFERN: Bujari gamarruwa means “good day” in the Gadigal language, and Andrew Craig, Community Engagement Coordinator at City of Sydney, taught a crowd of school children and lots of locals and visiting dignitaries how to say it – accent on the second syllable in both words. The occasion was the installation of new signs in recently refurbished Reconciliation Park on March 10.  

Launching Yamakarra!

GLEBE: Torrential rain did nothing to dampen the spirits of the people from near and far who crowded into Tranby College on the evening of November 22 for the launch of Yamakarra! Liza Kennedy and the Keewong Mob.