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Bruce McGuinness, Victorian State Director, FCAATSI, Sydney Town Hall 28 April 1970

By Tribune (Communist Party of Australia, Central Committee)

Bruce McGuinness

‘The long years of suppression have taught us we have to come out fighting. We are becoming radical, we inevitably talk about black power, and we will no longer be content with a secondary role in society’

Bruce McGuinness was a Wiradjuri man born in Cootamundra NSW but he spent most of his life in Melbourne. A tireless activist for Aboriginal rights, he became Victorian state director of FCAATSI in 1969.

Quote from Tribune, 6 May 1970

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Collection Item Type:
35mm negative
Call Number:
ON 161/Item 532
Published date:
28 April 1970
Historical Dates
Started Thursday, 1 January 1970
Finished Thursday, 31 December 1970