An Aboriginal woman is carrying her baby on a native baby carrier which is hanging on her back and watching the baby over her shoulder. Behind her, some people are walking toward white houses next to a farm and before mountains.
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A seated man wearing a white dress shirt with collar open and sleeves rolled up gazes openly and directly at the viewer. Indistinctly seen behind him is what appears to be a blackboard, possibly indicating that he is a white-collar worker. He is neither old nor young, and neither his ethnicity nor his occupation is apparent, hence he represents Everyman.
Young man and woman reclining, while the woman removes a condom from her purse. Covering much of the image, graphic lettering appears in a large yellow box with a crossed ribbon and maple leaf. Lettering also appears in a white stripe across the image.