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Ephemera, [1977-1993]

  • F3385
  • Item
  • [1977-1993]

Three political protest T-shirts relating to the Queensland Council of Civil Liberties 'Right to March' campaigns, Bjelke-Petersen, and John Hewson.

O'Malley, Glen

'Crush Kerr's Coup' T-shirt and 'Hecate' T-shirt

  • F3430
  • File
  • 1975

Two T-shirts: 'Crush Kerr's Coup' T-shirt. T-shirt made as part of the University of Queensland staff and student campaign against the dismissal of the Whitlam Government (perhaps by the Aunty Shadbolt Spirit of Liberty newspaper collective) in November 1975. Also, 'Hecate' T-shirt, made to celebrate the first issue of 'Hecate' in January 1975.
Includes explanatory notes by the donor (1 leaf typescript).

'Make Education Free Again' T-shirt

T-shirt, cotton, blue and pink, 67 cm in length with 'Make Education Free Again' on the front and 'National Union of Students N.U.S. Inc. No Education Cuts, No Centrelink Attacks' on back. Worn by Rueben Murray during the 2017 NUS 'Make Education Free Again' campaign. The campaign had several aims, including winning free education, and preventing Malcolm Turnbull's Coalition Government from deregulating student frees and cutting univeristy funding. The slogan was a satire of Donald Trump's slogan 'Make American Great Again'.

National Union of Students (Australia)

Posters and flag

1 poster advertising lectures held to mark the American Bi-centennial, sponsored by the Queensland Committee for the American Bi-centennial Celebrations, with 9 posters drawn in protest of the celebrations.
3 posters for Free Media.
5 posters relating to student activities.
1 Vietnamese flag.
1 tshirt.