STOP RACISM IN AUSTRALIAN SPORT

By Thomas Clarke III

PROTECT OUR BEST BOWLER AGAINST DISCRIMINATION

EDDIE GILBERT


The greatest bowler to play for Australia is being discriminated against for his race, called 13 times in 3 overs as it was believed that he was too lazy to be successful. Due to his race he has received decreased wage which then must be shared with members of mob. There are many changes that need to be made, most importantly changes in the Australian law. Law Reform is necessary to combat this racism. Come rally to change this law yo!

EDDIE G RALLY

Sunday, May 24th 1931 at 9pm

483 George Street

Sydney, NSW

Eddie Gilbert

Gilbert was taken from his home near Woodford at the age of three as part of a government policy on Aboriginals and grew up on farms whilst living in the Barambah Aboriginal Reserve, north of Brisbane. He took up cricket at a young age, initially playing as a slow bowler but quickly developing pace cultivated through a flexible wrist which he said was from years of boomerang throwing.