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As part of Reconciliation Week (May 27 to June 3), Sisters for Reconciliation and the Cavanbah Reconciliation group will host a screening and discussion of the powerful documentary, Incarceration Nation, at the Brunswick Picture House on Tuesday May 31. 

First Nation justice

The 90 minute film aims to shine a light on First Nations justice in this country. Doors will open at 6pm for a 6.30 pm start.

The film will be followed by comments from a special panel with Kaiden Powell, David Heilpern and Mark Swivel.

Bronwyn Sindel, from Sisters for Reconciliation and the Cavanbah Reconciliation Group, says, ‘This is a great opportunity for community to come together and talk about First Nations justice (or lack thereof) and reconciliation.

‘It’s a film everyone needs to see and a story that needs to be told’.

‘We are asking for entry by donation.

‘Delta Kay will give the Welcome to Country’.

For more info, visit www.brunswickpicturehouse.com.


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