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Aunty Brenda Matthews - Booked out

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Tuesday 28 May from 10:30am to 2:30pm

This event is booked out. You can register for the waitlist to be notified if a ticket becomes available.

Join us at the Redfern Community Centre for a poignant event during National Reconciliation Week, featuring the remarkable Aunty Brenda Matthews. As a member of the Stolen Generation, Aunty Brenda's journey unveils resilience and hope amidst adversity.

Experience an enlightening session as Aunty Brenda shares her compelling story, offering profound insights and guiding us toward a shared vision of a brighter future.

Renowned as an accomplished speaker, director, and author, Aunty Brenda's words resonate deeply, inspiring both individuals and organisations alike. Through her narrative, she gracefully bridges the past with the present, weaving Indigenous wisdom into our modern world.

Don't miss this opportunity to engage with Aunty Brenda in a 20-minute talk followed by a 10-minute Q&A session.

Complimentary tea, coffee, and lunch will be provided.

Secure your spot now by registering in advance!

The City of Sydney is committed to creating inclusive and accessible events. For any specific access or communication requirements, please reach out to us at 9288 5713 or email redferncc@cityofsydney.nsw.gov.au.

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Redfern Community Centre

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