National Sorry Day
National Sorry Day, or the National Day of Healing, is a day designated to remember and commemorate the mistreatment of our First Nations People, as part of an ongoing process of reconciliation.
National Sorry Day remembers and acknowledges ‘The Stolen Generations’, the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people who were forcibly removed from their families, communities, and land. National Sorry Day acknowledges the strength of these Survivors and is a time for us to reflect on how we can assist in the healing process for our First Nations People and our nation.
Today, on National Sorry Day, we at DACSSA take time to acknowledge the past history of our Nation, and reflect on our part in Reconciliation.