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Posted Wednesday, 16 April 2014
DIA member proposes revisiting design for Australian flag.
Russell Kennedy FDIA, a past President of Icograda, Fellow of the Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce, and member of AGDA, has been involved with a pet project of his for the past twenty-five years: the design of the Australian flag.
According to Kennedy (and some others), the current design of the Australian flag ignores Aboriginal history, ‘only references a colonial history’, and ‘is, and will continue to be, an obstacle to achieving reconciliation in this country.
‘The Union Jack is viewed by many Aboriginal and Torres Stait Islander people as a symbol of invasion, whereas a national flag should aim to represent unity,’ he says.