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Artwork unveiled for historic reconciliation plan

Artwork unveiled for historic reconciliation plan

Artwork unveiled for historic reconciliation plan

17 November 2020

The Salvation Army has unveiled its Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) artwork – Our Strength. Our Truth. Our Journey. The artwork, as well as the RAP itself, is part of a larger initiative by The Salvation Army to build stronger relationships with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples – relationships based on mutual respect, honest acceptance of past failures and hurt, forgiveness, and moving forward together as one. The direction of this artwork was guided by a team of Salvation Army personnel under the leadership of Shirli Congoo and realised by artists Sue Hodges, Tanita Paige, Emma Park and Terrence Whyte in the spirit of collaboration and reconciliation. 

 

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