Remembering Country film screening and conversation with Dr Jennifer Caruso – EChO

5:00pm to 6:30pm
Ngutu College, Woodville North
$15 - $20

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Join Early Childhood Organisation SA for an evening with Dr Jennifer Caruso and a viewing of the documentary ‘Remembering Country’. This 30 minute autobiographical documentary is Harold Furber’s moving account of how it can take more than a lifetime for a stolen child to really reconnect with family and country. Harold lived at Croker Island mission at the same time as Dr Caruso. After the viewing Dr Caruso will share with us her own story and the research and work she continues to do around Stolen Generations.

Biography:Dr Jennifer Caruso (BA.Hons, PhD. History) is an Eastern Arrente woman whose research, writing, speaking and facilitation focuses on the contemporary impacts of Aboriginal history across the 20th Century. Dr Caruso’s work crosses the breadth of that history.  Jenni is also the recipient of the prestigious Gladys Elphick Quiet Achiever Award (2017), the 2018 South Australian NAIDOC Lifetime Achievement Award, shortlisted for the 2019 Premier’s NAIDOC Award, and most recently included in the South Australian Women’s Honour Roll.

For further information on Dr Caruso you can visit her website