Who We Are
We are a local Human Rights Organisation, community owned and controlled, serving members of the Stolen Generation of the Kimberley and their families. Many Aboriginal people of this region have been affected by Government policies which separated their families. Our Link-up service organises reunions and other activities for Stolen Generation people across the Kimberley.
Our headquarters are at 28 Barker St, Broome, where you are welcome to drop in and see what we are doing.
Our Linkup service is available to help people find information about and locate their family members. We also help reunite family members who have not met before. We offer support to make arrangements, provide transport and accommodation and can accompany people. Counselling and referral services are also available when required.
The native hibiscus has been adopted as the national emblem of the Stolen Generations. We have produced a large quantity of silk flowers for sale. You can order them from us by email. We are also seeking organisations to buy the flowers in bulk and distribute them to the public. Please be sure to order your 2015 silk flowers well before National Sorry Day, May 26, to avoid disappointment.
We accept forward orders at any time by email (click here) for delivery nationally. Boxes of 48 Sorry Day Flowers are $120 each excluding postage.
KSGAC has produced four compilation CDs featuring works by Aboriginal singer/songwriters which reflect on the Stolen Generation experience.
The albums Cry Stolen, Stealem Away, Remember Me and Nobody’s People are all available for listening and purchase on our music pages.
A shady space at our Broome office.