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When a collection of Carrolup artworks came home to Nyungar country in 2013, a unique and precious resource was returned to Western Australia.

Lost overseas for more than 60 years, the exquisite artworks by young children of the Stolen Generations offer a rare glimpse into the lived experiences of Aboriginal children during a dark chapter of our past, when systemic racism and discrimination tore Indigenous families and culture apart.

Curtin University is now embarking upon an ambitious project to establish a permanent, dedicated, and easily accessible home – the Carrolup Centre for Truth-telling – to honour the significance of these artworks, and allow their important lessons to be widely shared with our local, national and international communities.

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