Myall Creek Memorial a symbol of reconciliation as descendants of victims and perpetrators gather

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Today, 10 June 2018, is the 180th anniversary of the 1838 brutal massacre of Aboriginal people by stockmen on Myall Creek station near Bingara, New South Wales, Australia. Descendants of victims and perpetrators are gathering at the memorial site this morning in a commemorative ceremony of reconciliation. 

Commemoration ceremony, Myall Creek Massacre Memorial, Bingara, New South Wales, 10 June 2017 Photo: Jane Morrison

Read more about the gathering today in Jenny Ingall and Kelly Fuller’s story on ABC New England at: http://www.abc.net.au/news/2018-06-10/myall-creek-massacre-memorial-a-symbol-of-reconciliation/9845158