The Freedom Ride of 1965 was a significant historical event in the shared history of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and other Australians. The two week bus ride undertaken by some 30 university students and local supporters, and the widespread media attention it received, helped the Australian general public to recognise the existence of racial discrimination in Australian society.
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Aug 13, 2012 · It was inspired by the Freedom Rides, a turning point in the American Civil Rights movement. This was an odd duck of a concert for the final night of the Olympics. Elsewhere in London were the reformed Spice Girls and Blur and general partying, whereas this was at times a sombre show, curated by Hal Willner as part of Antony’s Meltdown Festival.
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Fifty years ago, from February 12 to 26, 1965, Charles Perkins led a group of students, including us, from the University of Sydney on a freedom ride. We travelled by bus to protest against racial discrimination against Aboriginal people in New South Wales country towns such as Walgett, Moree, Bowraville and Kempsey.