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Life in a Shoebox: Bronwyn Fredericks

By Bronwyn L. Fredericks

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In 2007 the Australian State of Queensland celebrated '100 years of women’s voting'. All women in Queensland have voted for 100 years except Aboriginal Australian women who gained the right to vote in 1967. As part of the celebrations, a Women’s History Shoebox Project was undertaken where Queensland women were asked to decorate a shoebox with items they had stored, collected, lost and found that represented them and their histories. I took up this opportunity to participate and this is the story of my shoebox. 2008 NAIDOC Activity, Sandhills Studio and Art Gallery, Keppel Sands, Queensland, Australia, 11 July 200

Topics: Queensalnd Women's Shoebix Project, Women, Voting, Queensland, Aboriginal, Bronwyn Fredericks
Year: 2008
OAI identifier: oai:eprints.qut.edu.au:14729

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