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Friday essay: Sex, power and anger — a history of feminist protests in Australia

By Angela Woollacott, Manning Clark Professor of History, Australian National University
Michelle Staff, PhD Candidate, Australian National University
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Through history, themes of anger and sorrow have run through women's marches — but so too have themes of joy, hope and resilience.

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