With a renewed focus on feminism, not only because of the recent landmark speech by actor Emma Watson, but also other movements around the world where women are speaking up for their rights such as Ukrainian activists Femen, it seems timely to look back at the feminist era of the 70s and 80s in Australia and how photography was used to interpret, and communicate, the personal and the societal shifts of the time.
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