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Local Aboriginal knowledge and cultural centre opens in Redfern

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Official opening of local Aboriginal knowledge and cultural centre.

119 Redfern Street is a centre for local Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to gather, share knowledge and practise culture in the heart of Redfern.


Speakers include:

Lord Mayor of Sydney Clover Moore AO

Welcome to Country - City of Sydney Councillor Yvonne Weldon, Metropolitan Local Aboriginal Land Council

MC - Tracey Duncan, Project Manager, City of Sydney

Co-chairs of the City of Sydney Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Advisory Panel, Dan Munro and La Toya Pinner


TODAY Saturday 11 May 2024




119 Redfern Street, Redfern

There will be musical performances by local Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists at the centre after official proceedings.

For more information and to RSVP please email Roxanne Macara or phone 0438 554 640.


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