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[Black GST – Camp Sovereignty zine] (2006) is an A5, photocopied [[zine]] published in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.
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'''[Black GST – Camp Sovereignty zine]''' (2006) is an A5, photocopied [[zine]] published in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.
  
 
The title of this untitled [[zine]] has been derived from a letter included in the [[zine]], written to Aaron, the coordinator of the [[zine]], in which the author notes that he was asked to contribute to a [[zine]] based on the themes of Black GST / Camp Sovereignty.  
 
The title of this untitled [[zine]] has been derived from a letter included in the [[zine]], written to Aaron, the coordinator of the [[zine]], in which the author notes that he was asked to contribute to a [[zine]] based on the themes of Black GST / Camp Sovereignty.  

Latest revision as of 18:16, 10 November 2009

Cover of Black GST – Camp Sovereignty

[Black GST – Camp Sovereignty zine] (2006) is an A5, photocopied zine published in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.

The title of this untitled zine has been derived from a letter included in the zine, written to Aaron, the coordinator of the zine, in which the author notes that he was asked to contribute to a zine based on the themes of Black GST / Camp Sovereignty.

Black GST (Genocide, Sovereignty, Treaty) was a protest group that established a makeshift protest camp, dubbed Camp Sovereignty, in Kings Domain, Melbourne to protest against the 2006 Melbourne Commonwealth Games, referred to by the activists as the "StolenWealth Games".

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