Women and men during the 1963 Peace March, Brisbane, Australia

Grahame Garner (1963). Women and men during the 1963 Peace March, Brisbane, Australia. Grahame Garner.

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Creator Grahame Garner
Title Women and men during the 1963 Peace March, Brisbane, Australia
Publisher Grahame Garner
Publication date 1963-01-01
Contributor Grahame Garner
Type photograph
Format image/tiff
Source Fryer Research Mss F3400, Fryer Library, University of Queensland
Language eng
Rights Please contact the Fryer Library, University of Queensland Library to inquire about this work.
Subject 430101 History - Australian
Abstract/Summary Women and men during Peace march in Brisbane, Australia 1963. Car can be seen in the background. Two men one with drum follow the women, one of which has a banner Women strike for peace say U.A.W. The Union of Australian Women is a national organisation that was formed in 1950. Its aim is to work for the status and wellbeing of women across the world. It has been involved in a wide variety of campaigns that concern women. The Union of Australian Women networks with other women's community and union groups on such issues.
Keyword Radicalism - Australia
Queensland - Politics and government
Political activists
Processions - Law and legislation - Queensland
Social movements
Antinuclear movement
Union of Australian Women
Additional Notes If you have any further information about this photograph, please contact the Fryer Library, University of Queensland fryer@library.uq.edu.au or phone +61 07 33656236

 
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