Lost heritage : when my great great great grandmother was taken to work on a station near Coonabarabran, she wasn't allowed to use her tribal name. No Aborigenes were. She was given the name 'Jane'. Since then my people haven't known what tribe they came from or what land was taken from them / designed and printed by Alice Hinton Bateup.

By: Hinton-Bateup, Alice, 1950-Mt. Druitt (NSW) : Garage Graphix, 1987Description: 1 poster : colour ; 51 x 77 cmContent type: still image, text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: sheetSubject(s): Aboriginal Australians -- Land tenure -- Posters | Aboriginal Australians -- Civil rights -- Posters | Aboriginal Australians -- Posters | Posters, AustralianOnline resources: Thumbnail Summary: The poster shows the screen printed photograph of three unidentified Aboriginal girls. The 'Running Women' from Oenpelli in Arnhem Land are also incorporated in the design. Colours are chiefly black, yellow, red and brown.
List(s) this item appears in: Posters for Binnale MCA talk 2018
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Item type Current library Call number Status Date due Barcode
Poster Poster Jessie Street National Women's Library
P 1033 (Browse shelf(Opens below)) Available for reference in the library (Available for research in the library) 96033

At bottom of poster: Fourth edition.

The poster shows the screen printed photograph of three unidentified Aboriginal girls. The 'Running Women' from Oenpelli in Arnhem Land are also incorporated in the design. Colours are chiefly black, yellow, red and brown.

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