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Indigenous people dancing in traditional dress on the beach.
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Reconciliation Week

Recognise Australia's history and the experiences of our First Nations peoples

By Olivia Gee

Reconciliation Week starts on May 27, which is the anniversary of the 1967 Referendum, and it runs to Mabo Day on June 3, the day the High Court of Australia recognised the land rights of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. It’s an annual celebration of how far we’ve come, but also a recognition of what’s yet to be achieved. Sydney marks the occassion with art exhibitions, music, talks and discussions, theatre and experiences connecting all Australians with Indigenous history and culture. 

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