Indigenous rights film 'After The Apology' screening announced

Chronicling the new movement against child removals.

After The Apology explores Indigenous rights through documenting the continuation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children being taken from their families after the traditionally recognised era of the Stolen-Generation and the National Apology that came much later, in 2008. 

The film follows the journeys of four grandmothers who are brought together through their activism against the forcible removal of Indigenous children from their families, with the documentary chronicling the new movement against child removals. 

After The Apology will be screened at the Northcote Social Club, with all proceeds from the event to be donated to Grandmothers Against Removals (GMAR). The event will be held on the unceded lands of the Kulin Nation's people.

After The Apology screens at Northcote Social Club on Saturday August 4 from 1pm. Tickets are available here