NAIDOC celebrated in central Albury respecting language and calling for recognition

NAIDOC National celebration of Indigenous culture puts a spotlight on the languages of the first Australians that have been lost and ways in which the present and future of Australia’s first peoples can be enhanced and the failures and injustices of the past addressed. Indigenous recognition is a battle still without clear resolution from a government drifting further and further away from Australian public opinion.

NAIODC at St Matthew’s, this Sunday 2nd July 2017 at 9am, is about welcome and justice and the action behind words and this year including the baptism of 2 indigenous children, a young indigenous bagpiper and a call for greater action to back up the many words uttered by so many political voices.

All invited, all welcome as we stand without local indigenous families.


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