Freedom Rides 1015A4
by Lee-Anne Hall
Lee-Anne has a contemporary style while maintaining traditional storylines.
The Freedom Ride of 1965 was a significant event in the history of civil rights for Indigenous Australians that drew attention to racism within Australia. Inspired by the Freedom Riders of the American Civil Rights Movement, students from the University of Sydney formed a group called the Student Action for Aborigines (SAFA), led by Charles Perkins an Aboriginal activist who travelled into New South Wales country towns protesting against the issue of Indigenous rights. This painting depicts the journey of the Freedom Rights throughout Australia and the fight for equality for Aborigines.
Acrylic on Canvas
Canvas Size- 90 x 90 cm
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