One day in 1969, a working woman by the name of Zelda D’Aprano took her lunch break, and proceeded to chain herself to the front door of a busy building in Melbourne’s CBD in a protest that caused a sensation.
What was Zelda protesting about?
Our historical oracle, Dr Liam Byrne, is here to tell is all about Zelda and her legacy.
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