“I met Warren through the ‘With Goodesy Campaign’ back in 2016. Since then I’ve attended YARN events and have seen first hand the work that Warren and the YARN team do to promote intentional and meaningful dialogue between Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Australians. I wholeheartedly recommend you attend a YARN event where possible, as I believe it to be one of the most meaningful steps you can take as an Australian”

Samuel Lockwood - The Jezabels

(An Australian indie rock band formed in Sydney)
— www.thejezabels.com


Friday 7th December 2018 6:30pm-9:30pm

YARN Australia, Addison Road Community Centre presents a Film Showcasing of the Documentary ‘88’ that explores the events that led up to January 26th 1988. A grassroots mobilization of communities throughout Australia gathered in Sydney proclaiming, White Australia had a Black History.

Following the Film Showcasing will be a Yarning Circle with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People sharing their stories when they attended the historical march in 1988.

All Welcome to come along to engage the community in our vision to build connection and unity between Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and Non-Indigenous Australians. Light Refreshments including Tea & Coffee will be provided.

Food Stalls will also be available on the night including Vegetarian & vegan options.

Held at the Gumbramorra Hall at the Addison Road Community Centre in Marrickville.