Friday, August 30, 2019 - 19:00

Australian Aboriginal woman Jacki Trapman returns to her hometown of Brewarrina, a rural community in the outback region of New South Wales. Her parents' 60th anniversary becomes an occasion for reflecting on how life has changed for the family over the past five generations, and how government policies, past and present, affect them today. One viewer comment, 'Watching the film broughht the impact colonisation has had on Aboriginal people into real human terms, and makes it impossible to walk away without feeling an intense need to be part of reconciliation.'

Pizza will be available from 6.30 pm. A contribution of $15 is invited to cover expenses. For more information, contact Delia Paul