The theme for 2018 is Don’t keep history a mystery, and aims to highlight some of the lesser known aspects of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, histories, cultures, and achievements. It’s calling on all Australians to ask the question: What are some of the things I don’t know about our shared history?
On Thursday 31 May there’ll be a free screening of the movie, We Don’t Need a Map on level 2 of the Library/HiQ, R Block, KG. Everyone’s welcome, and popcorn will be provided!
We Don’t Need a Map is a thought provoking look at Australia’s relationship with the Southern Cross, from its significance to indigenous Australians to its adoption as a national symbol.
There are a number of other activities happening around campus including the Inter-uni Reconciliation Cup against Griffith Uni, and the first Vice-Chancellor’s Forum for the year with guest speaker, Stan Grant.