There is a sad reality on Sorry Day: most Australians know very little about the history of Indigenous oppression, writes Bronwyn Carlson for IndigenousX Sorry Day

As a lecturer in Indigenous studies I reminded my classes about the significance of this week.

“Sorry Day” on 26 May is a day to remember those whose lives are forever affected by the government’s policies and practices of forcibly removing Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children from their families.

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