A National Resting Place For First Nations
For centuries, First Nations remains were collected as trophies and scientific opportunities. Now, repatriation efforts have seen Ancestors slowly returned home. But for those who rejoin their Country, a new National Resting Place, Ngurra, will allow First Nations people to honour and care for their remains, until they can be identified and returned home.
2SER Breakfast’s Jarred Cross was joined by Professor Heidi Norman, a Gomeroi woman and member of the Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies, to learn more.