In recognition and with great respect to National Sorry Day on 26 May, the St Patrick’s Campus in Melbourne will once again warmly welcome and proudly host Kutcha Edwards to speak and perform on Friday 25 May.
Kutcha, a proud Mutti Mutti man, born on the mighty Murrumbidgee River New South Wales, will once more speak through song on his enlightening life journey, perseverance, courage and survival, as a member of Victoria’s Stolen Generation.
He continues to play a vital role in the educating and re-educating of all Australians on the history, plight and forced removal of Indigenous children from their parents, families and communities. He sends a powerful message through his spiritual, thought provoking song and music, which immediately captures the attention of those who attend.
Please come and hear Kutcha’s story on Friday 25 May in the South Café of the Mary Glowery Building of the St Patrick’s Campus from 1pm to 3pm. All are very welcome!