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Stories of a Stolen Generation | Aunty Eva Jo Edwards

Aunty Eva Jo Edwards is known around her community as someone always ready for a laugh, and always with a smile on her face. A survivor of the Stolen Generations and a proud Boonwurrung, Mutti Mutti and Yorta Yorta woman, she conveys an inner strength that belies the trauma of her upbringing. Currently working with the Victorian Aboriginal Child Care Agency in Melbourne, and having successfully raised six children, Eva Jo's story is one of sadness, but also of strength and resilience.

Curated by Roland Fraval. 

Services are an opportunity to slow down and connect with the context of our times through a story with heart. It is a curated experience of storytelling, reflection, discussion, music and tea. 


We are cashless. Please pay via Eftpos at the door: $20 General Admission I $10 Concession I Members of The Weekly Service come for free. You can become a member at http://theweeklyservice.org/membership/


Earlier Event: November 10
The Soul in Chronic Illness
Later Event: November 24
The Art of Care | Dr Catherine Crock