Another stolen generation.
Amnesty Southern Group warmly invite you to attend a screening of After The Apology. Written and directed by Larissa Behrendt, it focuses on the increase of Indigenous children taken from their families. The film also investigates the lack of investment in early intervention to keep families together.
Four Aboriginal grannies, from Grand-Mothers Against Removals, challenge government policies. Through their tireless advocacy they fight to bring their grand-kids home. Their grassroots actions underline the racism in the child protection systems and spearhead a national movement to curb the skyrocketing rates of child removal.
Rodney Dillon, a Melukerdee and Palawa Elder, Amnesty Australia Indigenous Rights adviser and a director of SETAC,will give the Welcome to Country. He will also answer questions after the screening.
Entry is by gold coin donation and refreshments will be served