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TREASURER and Minister for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Partnerships Curtis Pitt has encouraged all Queenslanders to come together to reflect, commemorate and celebrate the Australia's Indigenous culture and heritage, with National Reconciliation Week starting tomorrow. 

Speaking in Parliament on National Sorry Day, Mr Pitt encouraged all Queenslanders to find personal meaning in this year's theme: "Our History, Our Story, Our Future"

"Today, on Sorry Day, I encourage all Queenslanders to continue the process of reconciliation by taking the time to reflect on the past we share and how the discriminatory laws that once defined our society inflicted profound grief, suffering and loss on our First Peoples," Mr Pitt said.