This clip is a television advertisement from 1999 featuring Ray Martin and Deborah Mailman talking about the concept of Reconciliation in Australia with the tagline 'We can do it.
This news report is from National Nine News on 28 May 2000 and covers the historic Walk for Reconciliation that took place that day.
In this short clip Weekend Sunrise presenter Jessica Rowe does a round-up of events happening around Australia in connection with Australia Day.
WARNING: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are advised that the following article contains the names, images and voices of deceased persons.
On 20 January 2010, Brendan Short created a Facebook fan page, calling for renewed unity and a further step toward reconciliation.
Reconciliation is everybody’s business at the NFSA.
National Nine News report on the Walk for Reconciliation on 28 May 2000 and the open-air concert that took place following the walk.
Prime Minister Paul Keating outlines the basic principles of the Mabo legislation, the Native Title Act 1993.
Prime Minister Paul Keating acknowledges past injustices perpetrated on Indigenous Australians and affirms the High Court of Australia’s Mabo decision to recognise native title.
Bet (Jan Adele) discovers her daughter-in-law Lilli (Judy Davis) at the caravan park. Lilli is talking to Bet’s granddaughter Ally (Claudia Karvan), who does not know that Lilli is her mother.