Ross Lyon has expressed his pride in seeing Fremantle embrace National Sorry Day and the Indigenous community.
Speaking at his weekly media conference in Perth, the Freo senior coach wore the purple Sorry Day flower, which is the national symbol for the Stolen Generations across Australia.
It aims to create awareness of the removal policy that affected many families,people and cultural groups.
Without being prompted by journalists, Lyon interrupted questions about football to point out the flower and highlight the significance of Sorry Day to Australian society.
“I’ve got the purple flower on and I really want to acknowledge Sorry Day, the Stolen Generations and its continuing impact on those families and the community over several decades,” he told the assembled media. Continue reading “Freo proud to embrace Sorry Day: Lyon”