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'''Sixty days''' (2006) is a collaborative [[zine]] compiled to comemorate Camp Sovereignty, an Aboriginal soverignty camp and tent embassy set up in in Kings Domain, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia for sixty days during the 2006 Commonwealth Games.  The [[zine]] provides snapshots and brief moments documenting the sixty days in which the camp  existed in the centre of Melbourne. The authors intended the [[zine]] as a 'way of giving something back to the camp, the way of creating cultural artifact of the sixty days'.
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'''Sixty days''' (2006) is a collaborative [[zine]] compiled to comemorate Camp Sovereignty, an Aboriginal soverignty camp and tent embassy set up in in Kings Domain, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia for sixty days during the 2006 Commonwealth Games.  The zine provides snapshots and brief moments documenting the sixty days in which the camp  existed in the centre of Melbourne. The authors intended the zine as a 'way of giving something back to the camp, the way of creating cultural artifact of the sixty days'.
  
 
==External Links==
 
==External Links==
*[http://campsovereignty.wordpress.com/ Camp Soverignty website]
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*[http://campsovereignty.wordpress.com/ Camp Sovereignty website]
  
[[Category:Zine]] [[Category:Zines from Australia]] [[Category:2000's publications]]
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[[Category:Zine]] [[Category:Zines from Australia]] [[Category:Victoria Zines]] [[Category:2000's publications]]

Latest revision as of 18:20, 21 November 2007

Sixty days (2006) is a collaborative zine compiled to comemorate Camp Sovereignty, an Aboriginal soverignty camp and tent embassy set up in in Kings Domain, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia for sixty days during the 2006 Commonwealth Games. The zine provides snapshots and brief moments documenting the sixty days in which the camp existed in the centre of Melbourne. The authors intended the zine as a 'way of giving something back to the camp, the way of creating cultural artifact of the sixty days'.

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