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Heart Stick

Heart Stick
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Title
Heart Stick
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Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa
Collection
Te Papa Collections Online
Description

This ‘Heart Stick’ was made for protesters to carry at demonstrations against the Springbok rugby tour of New Zealand in 1981. The split heart motif was the logo for Halt All Racist Tours (HART) and had been a well-known symbol of the anti-tour movement since the early 1970s. Artists Against Apartheid Artist Barry Lett made about 40 of these sticks for fellow protesters to carry. Many were seen bobbing above protesters' heads before and during the last rugby test in Auckland on 12 September ...

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Date created
1981
Creator
Barry Lett / Artists Against Apartheid
URL
https://collections.tepapa.govt.nz/object/845045
Related subjects
Hearts (Symbols) / Racism / Rugby / wood / paint / placards / Apartheid / New Zealand

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