Who We Are
We are a local Human Rights Organisation, community owned and controlled, serving members of the Stolen Generation of the Kimberley and their families. Many Aboriginal people of this region have been affected by Government policies which separated their families. Our Link-up service organises reunions and other activities for Stolen Generation people across the Kimberley.
Sorry Day Flowers
The native hibiscus has been adopted as the national emblem of the Stolen Generations. We have produced a large quantity of silk flowers for sale. You can buy them online here using PayPal. We are also seeking organisations to buy the flowers in bulk and distribute them to the public. If you are interested please visit the Sorry Day Flowers links above. Please be sure to order your 2014 silk flowers well before National Sorry Day to avoid disappointment.
We accept forward orders at any time by email (click here) for delivery nationally, (but orders are now closed for this year). Boxes of 48 Sorry Day Flowers are $96 each including postage. All postage is by Standard Mail. If you require Registered Mail please contact KSGAC about this.
Our latest compilation album Remember Me, featuring songs by the John Butler Trio, Dan Sultan, Monica Weightman, Mark Callaghan, Dave Mann Collective, Brian Morley, Tjimba & the Yung Warriors, is now available. With new songs commissioned for this project by Naomi Pigram and Pearl Smith we are confident that this collection is as good as or better than our last. Listen to some samples here. KSGAC produces compilation CDs featuring works by Aboriginal singer/songwriters which reflect on the Stolen Generation experience.
The albums Cry Stolen, Stealem Away and Nobody's People are all available for listening and purchase here. All postage is by Standard Mail. If you require Registered Mail please contact KSGAC about this. Remember Me is also available at Chunes of Broome in Paspaley Plaza, Soundplus in Derby, and from Skinnyfish.