Photographs taken by Jason Yablon feature the Black Lives Matter protest from the perspective of being part of the crowd. Jason is a freelance creative working in the fields of photography, videography, and cinematography.
Explore the collection > B 78494-B78532 - Black Lives Matter protest photographs by Jason Yablon
Toby Woolley is a professional photographer who works in the State Library’s Preservation Team. Woolley attended the Adelaide Women’s March 4 Justice on March 15 2021, and captured views of the rally, and the march along both sides of King William Street.
Explore the collection > B 78540 – Adelaide Women’s March 4 Justice by Toby Woolley
Crowd at the Adelaide Women's March 4 Justice protest, Tarntanyangga / Victoria Square [SLSA: B 78540/11]
Adelaide March 4 Justice march along King William Street, in both directions. [SLSA: B 78540/39]
Crowd at the Adelaide Women's March 4 Justice protest, Tarntanyangga / Victoria Square [SLSA: B 78540/10]
Jeremy Piper is a professional documentary photographer and the State Library recently purchased a collection of his work documenting scenes from the 2019-2020 Kangaroo Island bushfire.
Explore the collection > B 78536 – Kangaroo Island Bushfire by Jeremy Piper
Fernando Gonçalves, a prolific photographer of local events and places has donated large collections of his photos to the Library which capture the state’s social history. Photographs featured in his recently donated collection show Black Lives Matter and Climate Strike protests.
Explore the collection > PRG 1766 – Photographs of Fernando Gonçalves
Crowd at the Adelaide Justice for George Floyd march, Tarndanyangga. [SLSA: PRG 1766/15/48]
Protestors with a Call to Action Adelaide banner at the Black Lives Matter - Keep up the fight rally, Tarndanyangga (Victoria Square). [SLSA: PRG 1766/14/27]
Black Lives Matter sign at the Black Lives Matter - Keep up the fight rally, Tarndanyangga (Victoria Square). [SLSA: PRG 1766/14/28]
Taryn Ellis is a professional photographer who also works for the State Library. Duringthe 2020 COVID-19 restrictions Ellis took her lens and went out capturing the way businesses, organisations, and communities adapted to life during a pandemic.
Explore the collection > B 78533 - COVID-19 photographs by Taryn Ellis
In 2020 the State Library asked for community contributions to the Remember My Story: COVID-19 campaign which featured a Facebook page and a dedicated webpage allowing people to add their observations to the collection. The collection now has a total of 205 individual contributors with 380 individual photographs.
Explore the collection > B 78535.
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Written by Jacki Haas, Manager Archival collections, Kate Zwar, Archival Processing Officer and Laura Wolfe, Digital Engagement Coordinator.