The KSGAC Healing Art Group had a big night out at the movies to watch a screening of an amazing new Film called Homeland Story. According to Ronin films, “Homeland Story is an intimate portrait of Donydji, a small Indigenous community in North East Arnhem Land in the far north of… Read more
Show your support for the Stolen Generation during Reconciliation week. Read more
For National Sorry Day May 26th commemorative activities succeeded in uniting the community as the Kimberley Stolen Generation Aboriginal Corporation (KSGAC) held a number of events promoting awareness throughout the community. The official Sorry Day event saw Kimberley people travelling into Broome to with 160 passing through the doors.… Read more
The Kimberley Stolen Generation Aboriginal Corporation held their annual NAIDOC event Voice, Treaty, Truth – Remember the Stolen Generation with over 250 people coming to celebrate. On the day music was a central focus as the crowd enjoyed Impromptu performances by First generation or descendants of those who were… Read more
Working within the Healing Foundation education framework a KSGAC morning education session saw 26 University of Notre Dame students participate in a yarning circle with KSGAC staff and members. Students were asked to talk through their own support people; who they turned to for help as children and now as… Read more
Derby Holy Rosary Students undertake a special NAIDOC project to learn about the Kimberley Stolen Generation members and with that comes an understanding of Australia’s past laws and policies that have impacted on thousands of families. The grade 5 and 6 students met with the KSGAC Team to learn what… Read more
For National Sorry Day May 26th commemorative activities succeeded in uniting the community as the Kimberley Stolen Generation Aboriginal Corporation (KSGAC) held a number of events promoting awareness throughout the community. The official Sorry Day event saw Kimberley people travelling into Broome with 160 passing through the doors. KSGAC Chairperson… Read more
KSGAC is growing from strength to strength Read more
This year KSGAC welcomed more than 70 Notre Dame University Medical Students during education and cultural awareness sessions. During the visit the students learnt about the forced removal of Aboriginal Children from their families and human rights issues. The members talked about the need for Medical Practitioners to have… Read more
KSGAC staff and clients enjoy National Mental Health week. The recent Mental Health Week was a very busy time for the Kimberley Stolen Generation Aboriginal Corporation staff who participated in a number of activities focusing on social and emotional well-being. In Broome at Town Beach around sixty people… Read more
29th of October – Blue Knot Day – Survivors of the Childhood Trauma and abuse. Read more
Oct – Nov Seniors Week (Dates to be confirmed) Read more
8th of September White Balloon Day (Dates Yet to be confirmed) Read more
5th of September Indigenous Literacy Day Read more
9th of August International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples Read more
June – July NAIDOC. Read more
27th of May Reconciliation Week Read more
27th May Anniversary of the 1967 Referendum Read more
About KSGAC Events
The Kimberley Stolen Generation Aboriginal Corporation holds a number of events and community awareness activities throughout the year at the Broome Office. These events highlight National and Regional Stolen Generation issues. The KSGAC aims to help our members feel supported as we advocate for recognition and social justice and do so in an inclusive way through our community activities.
The KSGAC building and grounds provide a healthy environment where the events take place including the Healing Art group, Link-Up Family reunions and other significant annual events. The lovely big yard contains many special Kimberley native plants and the environment helps everyone to feel relaxed and welcome.
A number of the activities build on relationships between KSGAC Staff, Members, Services Providers and Non-Indigenous people who are keen to learn about the KSGAC. The time spent together creates a greater awareness of the issues arising out of the past government policies that involved forced removal of Indigenous children in the Kimberley and how the KSGAC helps those effected.
Our events and community consultation activities provide meaningful opportunities to reflect on Aboriginal people’s experiences and resilience. Individual and community achievements are celebrated together. Our small team work really well together to make sure people enjoy their time together and regular evaluation takes place as we improve on our service delivery.
The KSGAC and its’ members are fortunate that so many different types of people want to meet here. Ongoing networking with a number of educational institutions include the Notre Dame University School of Medicine and Indigenous Studies students, Genzanno, FCJ College, Xavier Catholic College and Inception EDU whose students who spend time at the KSGAC, other Aboriginal Organisations and communities as part of cultural exchange programs. We know the students’ experiences are heartfelt and many go on to do important Reconciliation work where they live.
When we hold our annual events key Service Providers set up information stalls promoting their supports to members and guests as we work towards better outcomes for the Stolen Generation.
During our annual events 50-80 people come together. Our events reflect the KSGAC’s work and through a newly developed commemorative slide-show photographs or those who have passed on that we keep in our hearts who children were taken away and who were as children taken away from their families are recognised.
We generally hold BBQ’s for evening events with Kimberley Musician’s and speeches/stories told about the importance of the anniversary being recognised.
For daytime meetings we often have groups come to the Healing Art group and participate in therapeutic activities with our member’s over morning tea Healing Foundation Film Clips and other short films containing our member’s stories are shown.
The KSGAC appreciates organisations bringing large groups in who contribute funds for food and refreshments, some also just bring something to share.