Beneath this easy facade, however, lies a history filled with stories of political, cultural, and artistic activism. Let’s take a stroll down Glebe Point Road.
“We’re not invisible, we don’t want to be criminals, we’re just kids.”
While there is little commemoration of this site in terms of plaques, statues, and signs, it is now up to us to illuminate this hidden history, a history that highlights the power of radical action to engender sweeping, positive changes for large groups of people.
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