A humorous look at white Australian icons from an Aboriginal perspective, including Luna Park fun fair, the barbecue, Skippy, and Anzac Day.
Cleverly illustrated by Danny Eastwood (cartoonist of the Aboriginal newspaper Koori Mail).
The most striking thing about Vegemite is the logo, in particular its colours. Red, black and yellow…there's also a bit of white on the label, but that's just tokenism, of course.—Sacred Cows, p.104
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