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Folk, fiction and prejudice workshop presented by Keith McKenry and others at the 1986 Port Fairy Folk Festival
Bib ID 7541013
Format AudioAudio [spoken word, performed music, audiocassette]
Author
McKenry, Keith, 1948- speaker
 
Access Conditions Access to be determined. 
Description 1986 March 7 
1 audiocassette (approximately 94 min.) 
Summary

Keith Mckenry is accompanied by Danny Spooner, Jim Smith, Ted Egan and Phyl Lobl. They discuss and perform racist songs on from the late 1800's with a focus on Indigenous and Chinese people.

Folkloric recording.

Notes

Recorded on 7 March 1986.

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Index/Finding Aid Note Summary not yet available. 
Subjects Port Fairy Folk Festival (10: 1986: Port Fairy, Vic.)  |  Racism -- Australia -- Songs and music.  |  Folk festivals -- Victoria -- Port Fairy.  |  Music festivals -- Victoria -- Port Fairy.  |  Australia -- Race relations -- Songs and music.

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