Processions -- Law and legislation -- Queensland



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Brisbane Commonwealth Games land rights protests

  • F3686
  • Item
  • 1981-1982.

Original Super8 film of protests by Aboriginal Australians before and during the 1982 Commonwealth Games in Brisbane. Footage by Ian Curr and Lachlan Hurse. Accompanied by DVD copy.

Section A
First rally, 3 Aug 1981
Tent Embassy King George Square; speaker Cheryl Buchanon

Section B
Roma Street Forum
Speakers include Phil Perrier, G Gen

Section C
March up Turbot Street
1982 Commonwealth Games sign
Kooris support Murris
Adelaide St March (silent)
Boomerang Tours Bus
Black control of Aboriginal affairs – Land rights ban
Abolish QLD Acts
Land Rights chanting and banners and people looking on in Adelaide Street
Sit down and bystanders
Adelaide and George Streets

Section D
Musgrave Park Tent City 1982 protests
Left arts
Preparing to march from Garden City, final instructions
Approach to Games site over freeway
Police blockade
QEII in distance
Confrontation with police
Sit down
Arrests begin
Land rights flags
Media, including Aboriginal film crew
Special branch

Section E
Roma Street Forum
Speakers include: Kay Saunders, Axe Fraser, N. Bonner, Oodgeroo Noonuccal (speech and poem) Mick Miller (TV and media focus created by marching), Cheryl Buchanon, Susan Ryan (ALP senator), Gary Foley.
March up Turbot Street (beginning)
John Tracy and child
March coming around

LeftPress Printing

Ephemera relating to civil liberties and the right to march

  • FVF638
  • File
  • 1967-1979.

Leaflets, posters, petition and correspondence relating to the right to march and civil liberties in Brisbane, 1967-1979. Includes material from various groups and individuals, including Civil Liberties Co-Ordinating Committee, Queensland Council for Civil Liberties, Communist Party, George Georges and other unnamed groups. Includes some material from interstate.

Mark Plunkett Papers

  • UQFL338
  • Collection
  • 1977-1980.

Transcript of hearing relating to bashing of student during demonstation in Brisbane, 1977 (Folders 1 & 2) ;photographs of Right to March demonstrations, Brisbane, 1978 (Folder 3) ;papers relating to a political controversy about Sir Garfield Barwick's shares in Mundroola Pty. Ltd. (Folder 4). Material in Folder 4 originates from period 1978-1981 when Mark Plunkett was assistant private secretary to Bill Hayden (then Leader of the Opposition). Plunkett was asked to investigate the activities of Mundroola Pty. Ltd., the Barwick family company, of which Sir Garfield Barwick was a director, for possible conflicts of interest. Gareth Evans started action to impeach Barwick.

Plunkett, Mark

The right to march

A series of videos which outline the 1977 protest action against the banning of political street marches in Queensland by Premier Joh Bjelke-Petersen.