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Stolen Generation garden takes root

MOMENT OF REFLECTION: Katherine Region Stolen Generation Aboriginal Corporation chair Norman George is congratulated by Katherine Town Council CEO Robert Jennings after the Garden of Reflection and Healing is unveiled on February 13.KATHERINE Museum can help tell the painful and shameful story of the Stolen Generation following the unveiling of a special addition to its community garden on Saturday morning.

Scheduled to coincide with National Sorry Day on February 13, theKatherine RegionStolen GenerationAboriginal Corporation opened the Garden of Reflection and Healing toallow residents and visitors to learn more about what impact the removal of indigenous children had on them, their families and their communities.

KRSGAC spokeswoman Natalie Ellis said the garden would evolve and encouraged Katherinites to visit it in a bid to understand.

“I would encourage all Katherinites to head to the museum to learn more about theStolenGeneration through the display,” she said.

“The garden is an ongoing project where we hope to add to the native plants and bush medicine garden concept of it.

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