Topics: Events

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North Coastal - view

the battle at Toongabbie Creek in the late 18th Century that led to enmity between the Darug and the Gai-mariagal , and how a recent ceremony and re-understandings have brought them together again

South Coastal - view

When they started the land council the ethos was, as stated by Kevin Cook , not about ownership, but being custodians and protecting the land and sites

Central - view

Auntie Pat had gone to help her sister get a rental home and her sister’s story led to a march on parliament house.

South West - view

In 1810 Auntie Glenda Chalker ’s ancestors greeted Governor Lachlan Macquarie at Birragal Lagoon . In 2010 Auntie Glenda and her children and grandchildren re-enacted this greeting by meeting current Governor of NSW, Marie Bashir, at this same billabong and giving her flowers

South West - view

Appin massacre in 1816

Central - view

Aboriginal people fought at war and still lost their children and homes

West - view

evacuation of the half-castes from the half-caste institutions in and around the Northern Territory” during the Second World War

North West - view

Waterloo Creek and Myall Creek massacres in 1838

South West - view

the story of what led to the Appin massacre in 1816

Central - view

establishing the Aboriginal Education Consultative Group (AECG)

South West - view

the ongoing desecration of art sites

Central - view

Aboriginal people in the 1920s began to fight to reclaim rights, partly inspired by the African American movements of these times.

South West - view

Between 1814 and 1819 there were a series of massacres and killings.

North West - view

the role of the land council to care for and protect Darkinjung country “to honour the people who died in vain for this country

Central - view

In 1972, Pat Eatock went to the first National Aboriginal Land Rights conference in Alice Springs.

South West - view

Appin massacre commemoration 2013

North West - view

Sackville Reach Reserve , which closed in the 1940’s

Central - view

Fred Maynard 's Australian Aborigines Progressive Association writing to the king in protest

North Coastal - view

visited Biddy’s grave

Central - view

the drug trade of the 80’s-early 2000’s that “crucified our community”