The rate of Indigenous child removal has increased exponentially since Prime Minister Kevin Rudd delivered the apology to the stolen generations in 2008.
AFTER THE APOLOGY — a new landmark documentary from Professor Larissa Behrendt — follows four Aboriginal grannies challenging government policies to bring their grandkids home.
Their grassroots actions spearhead a national conversation about the alarming rates of child removals. Together they are not only taking on the system, they are changing it.
AFTER THE APOLOGY was officially selected for the 2018 Adelaide Film Festival and was the opening night film for the 2018 Human Rights Arts and Film Festival.
Proceeds support Jason Ball's campaign for Higgins.
A note on accessibility: This location is fully wheelchair accessible and we welcome people of all abilities, genders, sexualities, racial backgrounds, cultures, languages and experiences to join and get involved.
The Australian Greens acknowledge the people of the Kulin Nations as the custodians of the land on which this event will take place, and pay respects to their Elders past, present and emerging. We commit to actively work alongside Indigenous peoples for reconciliation and justice for all Indigenous Australians.