UpRiver - Untold stories of the Franklin River activists
UpRiver gleams because, wall-to-wall, it tells the stories of the Franklin River blockaders straight from their own mouths. This is living history catching up after thirty years...
UpRiver is about the events in the remote riverine wilderness itself. It begins with the uplifting stories of the Tasmanian Aboriginal people's return to their ancient caves on the Franklin River and the arrest of many in the blockade. It goes on to tell, through the words of the people in the riverside rainforests, the insiders' story of the most successful, peaceful direct-action in Australian environmental history.
- Bob Brown
Author: Alice Hungerford
Dimensions: 24 x 18cm