Sticker with the slogan 'I Am, You Are' produced by Australians Against Racism and Discrimination in Sydney in 2008. The sticker was produced to counteract racism in Australian society, and was sold through the social networking sites of MySpace and Facebook in 2008 and 2009, and from 2009 at the website The slogan 'I am You Are' refers to the song "I am Australian", written by Bruce Woodley of the Seekers in 1987.

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White sticker on white backing paper. Slogan is in the centre in green "I am, you are" and above and below this are the Torres Strait, Aboriginal, Australian and United Nations flags. Just below the slogan in red is: "".


These stickers and T-shirts are representative of the group 'Australians Against Racism and Discrimination' efforts to counteract racism and discrimination in Australian society through the social networking site Facebook. Many of the slogans on these stickers and t-shirts were created to counteract racist slogans developed and used recently, especially since the Cronulla riots of 2005. The slogans and imagery on the stickers and t-shirts are also an attempt to counteract the 'hijacking' of the Australian flag and southern cross for nationalist 'Aussie Pride' protests.

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