Celebrating NAIDOC Week

Published 7 July 2023

Anti-Discrimination NSW staff Felicity and Narelle were pleased to be part of the vibrant NAIDOC Week celebrations at Penrith's Jamison Park on Friday 7 July.

They talked to a hundreds of people about our services, and our 6 ways to look after yourself and mob during The Voice referendum debate resource proved popular.

Two women sitting at table behind ADNSW branded signs and merchandise
Two women looking at camera smiling holding copies of the 6 ways look after yourself and mob pocket guide
Women sitting at table behind ADNSW branded signs and merchandise

Clockwise from top: ADNSW staff members Felicity and Narelle at our stall; Community members Lisa and Tahlia were among the many visitors to the ADNSW stall at the NAIDOC event who picked up a copy of our brochure; Narelle Hennessy (Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Outreach, ADNSW) at our stall.

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08 Aug 2023

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We acknowledge Aboriginal people as the First Nations Peoples of NSW and pay our respects to Elders past, present and future. We acknowledge the ongoing connection Aboriginal people have to this land and recognise Aboriginal people as the original custodians of this land.

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