Written over twenty years, this book is the Aboriginal journey of one very white Australian to Myall Creek.
The story of Myall Creek did not finish in 1838. With the birth of the Myall Creek Massacre Memorial, the next chapters are now being written - by all of us.
Out of an awful evil, an astonishing and creative good has come. Myall Creek today is a place where all can belong, a place of love, made possible only through the Aboriginal incredible free offer of forgiveness.
A gift, yet not without cost: 60,000 years of Dreaming, 240 years of nightmares.
Myall Creek today, the author concludes, is a light on the hill, leading us all on a transformative journey into a wholly new understanding of what it means to be Australian.
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