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Paul Coe, Sydney Town Hall 28 April 1970

By Tribune (Communist Party of Australia. Central Committee)

Paul Coe is a Wiradjuri man originally from Cowra, NSW. In 1970 he was an art student and later helped establish and chaired the Aboriginal Legal Service in Redfern. He went on to study law and became a barrister.

‘Cook was directly responsible for the subjugation and suppression of the Aboriginal People of Australia, whereas, the White Australian Establishment is directly responsible for the exploitation and destruction of a unique race, and their culture, today.’

Quote from Alan Roberts Sydney University Broadside collection, 13 April 1970, HF 2014/33

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Collection Item Type:
35mm negative
Call Number:
ON 161/Item 534
Published date:
28 April 1970
Historical Dates
Started Thursday, 1 January 1970
Finished Thursday, 31 December 1970