A white cotton t-shirt with black printed text which reads "I'm sorry" and "Let's walk together", and a small logo which reads "THIRD EYE / PARTNERS". The image printed on the t-shirt consists of a black footprint in a white rectangle and a white footprint in a black rectangle.
Rosie Egyedi collection
These T-shirts were acquired from Rosie Egyedi, who designed and produced them in the lead up to the inaugrual National Sorry Day in 1998 . Sorry Day was an event xxxxxxx. Immediately popular, Egyedi's T-shirts became a point of identification for supporters of the cause and were purchased widely, including by many Aboriginal people. It was the challenge to 'walk together' issued by the National Indigenous Working Group on Stolen Generations that generated the idea for the T-shirt slogan.