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Council for Aboriginal Reconciliation

"Sorry Day," held on May 26, 1998 in Australia, was an attempt on the part of some Australians to come to grips with the policy of forced removal of Aboriginal children that took place for 150 years until the 1970s. The Council for Aboriginal Reconciliation, made up of 25 members, over half of whom are Aborigines or Torres Strait Islanders, as well as members of the Commonwealth Parliament, maintains a site highlighted by its Weaving the Threads: Progress Towards Reconciliation report to Parliament.
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Date Issued [1998-]
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Date of Scout Publication 1998-05-29
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