21 March 2023
Indigenous musicians and performers will help to mark a historic day for South Australia on Sunday, March 26, as it becomes the first state to establish a First Nations Voice to Parliament.
The public event will be held at 11am on the front steps of State Parliament, during which the passage of the First Nations Voice bill will be broadcast to crowds on large screens.
There will also be a traditional smoking ceremony, music and a speech from Premier Peter Malinauskas and other keynote guests. Free public transport will be available during Sunday to increase public accessibility to the event.
The ANMF (SA Branch) supports the introduction of a Voice at both a state and federal level, which aims to address health inequalities experienced by many Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
Our Reconciliation Action Plan acts on that commitment and helps us to focus on keeping the health of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples on the national agenda.