Today, on National Sorry Day, we acknowledge and recognise the mistreatment of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people who were forcibly removed from their families and communities, which we now know as ‘The Stolen Generations’.
“National Sorry Day is a day to acknowledge the strength of Stolen Generations Survivors and reflect on how we can all play a part in the healing process for our people and nation.” Reconciliation Australia
It is an opportunity for all Australians to remember past mistakes and build stronger bridges for a richer, stronger future together.
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The Native Hibiscus
"The native hibiscus was adopted as the National Sorry Day flower as it symbolises resilience and survival of the Stolen Generations. The colour purple denotes compassion and spiritual healing.