PROTEST AND UNREST AT FREMANTLE PRISON
Now on display
From violent riots to peaceful sit-outs, ‘Protest and Unrest at Fremantle Prison’ explores the reasons why prisoners felt the need to protest and the ways in which they voiced their dissatisfaction at WA’s former maximum security prison.
Imprisonment means the loss of freedom, but do prisoners also lose their right to basic hygiene, decent food, personal space and safety? If they are dissatisfied, how do they fight for change?
Aftermath of the 1988 Fremantle Prison Riot
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