The fight for Indigenous civil rights from 1920 to 1970 is the subject of this moving and powerful exhibition.
Follow the struggles of a group of Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians who banded together in the fight to end discrimination. Their personal lives were sacrificed and some were victimised for taking a stand; some were even spied on by the Australian Security Intelligence Organisation.
From Little Things Big Things Grow also uncovers the injustices of racism and discrimination that inspired the activists in their struggle for change by revealing what life was like for Indigenous people in this time. This moving exhibition tells the largely unknown story of Indigenous and non-Indigenous activists who fought together for justice and equal rights for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. It details the achievements and sacrifices of the struggle through personal stories, photographs, rarely seen objects and protest material.Visit Website
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Historic/Heritage, The Arts