Indigenous children continue to be overrepresented in child protection as Bendigo marks National Sorry Day

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By Lucy Williams
Updated May 24 2022 - 10:20pm, first published 5:30pm
SORRY: La Trobe University Bendigo staff and students mark National Sorry Day in 2016 with a candlelit Sunset Ceremony, which they will again hold in 2022. Picture: CHRIS PEDLER

Preceding Reconciliation Week, National Sorry Day is held on May 26 and acknowledges the history of the stolen generation.

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Lucy Williams

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