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Pilgrimage to the Waddananggu community

“I am very grateful to the Waddananggu community for welcoming me. It was such a privilege to be so welcomed to their Country and to learn about their culture and history. I felt empowered and humbled by their welcome. The Wangan and Jagalingou Traditional Owners make everyone an ‘us’ – they are inclusive of all even though they have been ‘othered’ since colonisation,” says Cathedral parishioner Angie Mooney

Shannon Ruska and other Tribal Experiences dancers gave a Welcome to Country and performed a smoking ceremony at St John’s College UQ on 11 February 2022 during the annual Welcome Day activities

New St John’s College residents welcomed by Jagera Traditional Custodians

131 new residents were recently greeted by Jagera Traditional Custodians during a Welcome to Country and smoking ceremony at the annual Welcome Day event at St John’s College within The University of Queensland