National Reconciliation Week is coming up 27 May to 3 June.
We are pleased to be supporting the Kensington Reconciliation Action Group to offer this free screening of "Still We Rise" on 29 May at 7.00pm.
(You can find more about the Reconciliation Action Group here.)
50 years on, the Aboriginal Tent Embassy is the oldest continuous protest site in the world. "Still We Rise" tells the story of the embassy through a fresh lense - taking a bold dive into a year of protest and revolutionary change for First Nations people. Watch the trailer. Still We Rise was produced by Tamarind Tree Productions and Directed by John Harvey.
"As fierce and uncompromising as the powerful men and women who inspired it" - Sydney Morning Herald film review.
Join us for a free screening, followed by a question and answer session with Producer, Anna Grieve.
You can RSVP here: https://www.kensingtonneighbourhoodhouse.com/event-details/still-we-rise-film-screening