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We had:

Ray Ingrey, Chair of the Gujaga Foundation, talking about how Trinity College, Cambridge makes decision to repatriate spears to the La Perouse Aboriginal community. The spears were taken by Lieutenant James Cook from Kamay (Botany Bay) in 1770, at the time of first contact between the crew of the HMB Endeavour and the Aboriginal people of eastern Australia.

Courtney Marsh, First Nations curator of Barka exhibition, talking about Barka: The Forgotten River which is the new First Nations exhibition which opened at the Australian Museum 16th March.

Corrine MacMillan, Member for Mansfield and Chair of the Community Support and Services Committee, talking about the Path to Treaty Bill for 2023.

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