Right Wrongs: 1967 Referendum – the WA Story
Right Wrongs reimagines our understanding of the 1967 Referendum and its impact on who we are, and what we can become, through the voices and stories of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. Fifty years later, the deeply symbolic victory of the ‘Yes’ vote remains a key moment in the long and ongoing fight for equality. Oral histories, images and stories from the State Library’s collection are featured.
Presented in partnership with NSLA, AIATSIS, ABC, the WA Museum and the Department of Aboriginal Affairs.
While visiting Right Wrongs, take the opportunity to visit the Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts (PICA) in the Perth Cultural Centre and view "When the Sky Fell In" an exhibition that weaves together a range of responses and narrative threads about the historical and ongoing impact of the 1967 Referendum. Exhibition runs to 20 August. PICA open Tues-Sun 10am-5pm . .