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'After Mabo' Documentary Screening

'After Mabo' Documentary Screening

'After Mabo' Documentary Screening
Laurel Lodge, Heritage Hill Museum and Historic Gardens

John Hughe's award winning film 'After Mabo' chronicles the political crisis around native title in Australia during 1996 and 1997.

This important documentary is told from the perspective of Mirimbiak Nations Aboriginal Corporation and features respected Indigenous figures including Noel Pearson, Peter Yu and Pat Dodson.

This public program is associated with the current exhibition 'History of the Bunjil ACDC of Wurundjeri and other Nations Dance Group'.

A light afternoon tea will be provided following the screening.

This is a free event, however bookings essential. Telephone 1300 630 920 or visit any Greater Dandenong Library in person to book.

Please note that this film is rated M15+.

 

Location: Laurel Lodge, Heritage Hill Museum and Historic Gardens, 51 Langhorne Street, Dandenong

Event Summary
Join us for a free screening of John Hughe's award winning documentary 'After Mabo'....

Free event
Bookings required - Telephone 1300 630 920 or visit the Greater Dandenong Libraries
Thursday, 30 May 2019
1pm - 3:30pm


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