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Badge with the slogan 'Rock Against Racism' and an image of Uluru. It is probable the badge was created in the lead up to Australia's bicentenary celebrations to raise awareness of indigenous issues. Many campaigners considered the white settlement of Australia in 1788 an invasion rather than arrival. The badge belongs to a large collection of protest badges compiled by Nic Maclellan. Previously involved in student activism, his work entails research into human rights issues in the Pacific region.

Physical Description

Circular badge with background divided into top and bottom. U. yellow picture of Uluru (Ayers Rock). L. has black background with yellow printed text. Pin on the back.

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