A Sunburnt History: Citizenship

Two comics take on 50,000 years of immigration

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Through the White Australia Policy, the Mabo Decision and slavery in Queensland slavery comes a comic look at how immigration brings Australia together. Sounds pretty chirpy, doesn't it? It's the latest piece of work from the history-loving comics behind 2013’s The First Fleet and will edutain the heck out of you with fact-bombs aplenty.

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