Remembering the 1946 Pilbara Strike

'How the West Was Lost', written and produced by David Noakes & Paul Roberts, tells the story of the 1946 Pilbara strike, featuring interviews with strike participants and supporters.
 
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75 years ago, on May 1 (May Day), 1946, hundreds of Aboriginal workers began walking off dozens of pastoral stations across the vast Pilbara region to fight for wages and better living conditions.
We invite you to join us and members of the Pilbara Strike families in Fremantle to honour the courage and determination of the strikers, and commemorate this pivotal, yet little known event in our shared history.
75 years ago, on May 1 (May Day), 1946, hundreds of Aboriginal workers began walking off dozens of pastoral stations across the vast Pilbara region to fight for wages and better living conditions.
We invite you to join us and members of the Pilbara Strike families in Fremantle to honour the courage and determination of the strikers, and commemorate this pivotal, yet little known event in our shared history.

*returning to Fremantle for one night only*

75 years ago, on May Day, 1946, hundreds of Aboriginal workers began walking off pastoral stations across the Pilbara to fight for wages and better living conditions.

We invite you to join us to honour the courage and determination of the strikers.

This event features a musical collaboration by David Milroy, Dave Johnson, Naomi Pigram and David Hyams, special guest, Roebourne singer-songwriter Tyson Mowarian, and a theatrical performance.

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