Today is National Sorry Day.
Between chasing the latest coronavirus figures and working out what restrictions are still in place and what's been lifted, you might have missed it.
Since May 1998 the day has been held to remember and acknowledge the mistreatment of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people who were forcibly removed from their families and communities, which we now know as 'The Stolen Generations'.
Last year we remembered the day much differently than we will today.
Last year we gathered for ceremonies in parks, railway stations and schools, to walk across bridges, and plant trees.
This year, things are different - but we can still remember.
National Reconciliation Week starts tomorrow and while there won't be any physical gatherings or services, there will be virtual ones.
To help launch Reconciliation Week everybody is asked to take to social media and acknowledge Country using #InThisTogether2020 or #NRW2020
There is also a live stream panel discussion on Thursday from 12pm, hosted by ABC Speaking Out's Larissa Behrendt and featuring Minister for Indigenous Australians Ken Wyatt; Member for Barton Linda Burney; Reconciliation Australia CEO Karen Mundine, and University of Wollongong lecturer, Summer May Finlay.
National Reconciliation Week was established in 1996 and is celebrated each year from May 27 to June 3.
The dates commemorate two significant milestones in Australia's reconciliation journey - the successful 1967 referendum and the High Court Mabo decision.
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