Max Harris

It’s about how everyone could connect but that connection was cracked but not broken completely. The handprint represents that there was much more to Australian than just a few people. Reconciliation is about connection to nature, culture and each other. The pathways show that different cultures coming together and that’s what should happen between white people and Aboriginal peoples. This is what I feel: WHITE MAN RUINED EVERYTHING, and in order for Australia to grow, Australia needs to listen as a country to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

Reconciliation means… To me reconciliation means we can connect to everything in the past and to culture, which helps us to understand more moving forward.

Cracked But Not Broken


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