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Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

'Cry rage, freedom's child.', n.d. [1970s?]

Identifier: dlpc00203
Scope and Contents

Laminated colour poster opposing racism and apartheid. Includes a linoleum print image of a woman sitting under a tree with a child and others, by Namibian artist John Muafangejo. Also includes text from a poem titled 'Cry rage, freedom's child', by a South African poet named James Matthews who was arrested after the Soweto uprising in 1976 and held for four months without trial. Published by the Guardian Newsweekly, and printed in black, green, yellow and white.

Dates: n.d. [1970s?]


Identifier: clels4
Scope and Contents

A collection of newspaper clippings that exemplify the presence of Racism in Australian and New Zealand society. Topics covered include Australia’s anxiety about the economic ties with China, Asian hate-protest, anti-racism protest and New Zealand cold war anxiety. Publication date range is c. 1996-2007. Subject matter date range is c. 1956-2007.

Dates: Collection covers ca 1960-2010

'Racism Divides', n.d. [1980s - 1990s?]

Identifier: dlpc00216
Scope and Contents Laminated colour poster speaking out against racism. Includes a cartoon-style image of a group of people [Fijian?], one of whom is falling from a cliff while the other three attempt to hold onto him with their hands and a rope. A devil figure is sitting at the bottom of the cliff. Text states: 'Racism Divides, If One Falls All Fall! ... Stay United! Published by the Fiji Trades Union Congress In The Interest Of Multi-Racial Unionism'.Sticker on rear of poster states 'This poster...
Dates: n.d. [1980s - 1990s?]

'Take A Stand Against Racism', 8 December [1990s?]

Identifier: dlpc00349
Scope and Contents Unlaminated colour poster inviting readers to: 'Take A Stand Against Racism, Treasury Gardens, 8 December, 1pm'. Printed in black, red, yellow and white, with the primary text enclosed in a yellow circle. Smaller text below the circle explains that the event is an initiative of People for Racial Equality, a coalition of unions, indigenous organisations, community, civil liberties and professional groups, as well as churches and other faiths, and gives contact numbers for some organisations...
Dates: 8 December [1990s?]

'The P.K.I.U. Says...', n.d. [1980s?]

Identifier: dlpc00050
Scope and Contents

Poster advocating opposition to racism in the workplace. Black printed text over a pink line drawing of various faces and a white background. Includes the text: 'The P.K.I.U. [Printing and Kindred Industries Union] Says All Australians Are Equal, Support Your Workmates, Oppose Racism! Authorised: T. Longhurst, Secretary, P.K.I.U. (A.C.T. Branch); J. Eldridge, President, P.K.I.U. (A.C.T. Branch)'.

Dates: n.d. [1980s?]