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Watch the National Reconciliation Week Breakfast on C44 and CTV+

The National Reconciliation Week (NRW) Breakfast today launched National Reconciliation Week in South Australia.

Over 2,800 guests attended the event at Adelaide Convention Centre on Kaurna Yerta, recorded live by Channel 44 and available to watch on free-to-air this Thursday on C44 Adelaide and C31 Melbourne and Geelong, or on-demand on community TV streaming service CTV+. 

Watch on C44 Adelaide

Thursday 30 May: 10.00am ACST
Sunday 2 June: 7.30pm ACST

Watch on C31 Melbourne and Geelong

Thursday 30 May: 10.00am AEST
Sunday 2 June: 7.30pm AEST

Watch on CTV+

Watch on-demand from 10am Thursday 30 May at or on the app, available now for iOS and Android.

National Reconciliation Week is a time for all Australians to learn about our shared histories, cultures, and achievements, and to explore how each of us can contribute to achieving reconciliation in Australia. 

This year’s theme is Now More Than Ever — a reminder to all of us that, no matter what, the fight for justice and the rights of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people will and must continue. 

Hosted by Reconciliation South Australia, this year’s was emceed by actor and TV presenter Luke Carroll, with a welcome to country by Aunty Rosalind Coleman, and a key note presentation by multi-hyphenate artist Adam Briggs.

Briggs is a Yorta Yorta man and Australian rapper, lyricist, hip-hop artist, writer, presenter, author and actor. Briggs became well-known as a solo rapper before co-founding the hip-hop duo A.B Original in 2016, winning ARIAs for Best Independent Release and Best Urban Album and Triple J’s Album of the Year for Reclaim Australia. Briggs is the chair of the Adam Briggs Foundation, a First Nations-led charity organisation that plays a vital role in filling the gap of representation and skills-based development in the creative industries, for First Nations people. Briggs released his first children’s book, Our Home, Our Heartbeat in 2020.  

Other speakers include Minister for Aboriginal Affairs and Attorney-General Kyam Maher MLC, Reconciliation SA co-chairs Helen Connolly and Jeremy Johncock, and Kaurna elder Tim Agius.

Plus live dance by Of Desert & Sea and music by Rob Edwards and Dem Mob.

C44 Adelaide is committed to sharing stories of reconciliation with First Nations peoples and, as such, we are a very proud media partner of Reconciliation SA and the National Reconciliation Week Breakfast.

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