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Be Brave, Make Change

National Reconciliation Week 2022, 27 May - 3 June 

National Reconciliation Week is a time for all Australians to Be Brave and tackle the unfinished business of reconciliation so we can Make Change for the benefit of all Australians. 

Reconciliation is about strengthening relationships between Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and non-Indigenous peoples, for the benefit of all Australians.

Hawthorn's commitment to reconciliation

In 2019, the club proudly launched its inaugural Reconciliation Action Plan, a document that laid the groundwork towards fulfilling the club’s aspirations of becoming leaders in community connection to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures. 

Hawthorn is committed to overcoming barriers of the past by using its unique position to engage Hawks staff and stakeholders in reconciliation as well as continually finding new ways to drive reconciliation and engage with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander partners through

Our Indigenous jumper

Hawthorn will again wear the proud Indigenous guernsey in Rounds 10 and 11 this season. For this year's iteration, Hawthorn have collaborated with popular Indigenous Australian Art business, Miimi & Jiinda, founded by Aboriginal mother and daughter duo, Lauren Jarrett and Melissa Greenwood.

This specially created painting depicts the core values, ethos and heart of the Hawthorn Football Club community. It shows everyone coming together as one and has all the elements of the Australian landscape including land, sea, waterways, flora, fauna, sun, moon and stars.  

The front of our guernsey tells the story of the Hawthorn community coming together from different homes and tribes across our country. We see the journey of all the families travelling under the sun or the stars to gather in a central meeting place. Mother Earth features at the bottom to show that we are all born from the same place despite coming from all walks of life. This is represented by the different watering holes in the background.

 The back of our guernsey is reflective of giving back to the community, which is the very backbone of Hawthorn Football Club.

The circle representing family sits on the inside neck of our guernsey. It’s located on the highest point of the guernsey, which speaks to family being the highest priority, sitting above all else.

"We love that it is unique, it’s a beautiful mix of feminine and masculine tones and textiles, and it carries a powerful message and story. We worked closely with the team to ensure they felt their voices and connection was portrayed in the design and they felt proud to wear it." - Melissa Greenwood and Lauren Jarrett, Miimi & Jiinda

Shop our Indigenous Guernsey at HawksNest

 

 

Colour-in Tarrakukk

Thanks to Gunditjmara, Wemba Wemba and Yorta Yorta artist Tom Day, Hawks fans can download and colour-in or paint your own Tarrakukk (Hawk).

Acknowledgement of Country

Hawthorn Football Club acknowledge Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the traditional owners of the lands and waters on which we live, learn, work and play. We pay respect to Elders both past and present and stand together with the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander leaders of today and tomorrow. Always.