Aug 29, 2016
When I was a child, probably aged 9, I moved with my parents and little sister into a two-family house in Pittsburg, Pennsylvania. It was an extended household, extended family kind of situation.
There was a family downstairs. The family, as almost everybody in the neighbourhood was and we were, were Jewish. And they...
Aug 22, 2016
"If it wasn't for that decision I made, maybe I wouldn't even be living. Maybe my family wouldn't be living. It's between life and death."
“It’s all the decisions we make in life that make the difference.”
When you find opportunity, give it your time and your mind.
Aug 15, 2016
Strong and fearless.
That's the impression I gained from Edith.
Edith is a Ugandan woman who arrived in Australia as a refugee. She has lectured at university and worked for the United Nations. She comes from a line of strong, fearless women.
Edith has faced some tough decisions - to leave her young children in Uganda...
Aug 8, 2016
Tara talks about being in hospital with her newborn baby and her first experience of breastfeeding.
She experienced a sense of pressure that, as a woman and a new mother, your body should just know how to breastfeed. It should just come naturally. It wasn't like this for Tara. It wasn't coming naturally.
Aug 6, 2016
Nicole invokes the feelings from her wedding day to Bec, on a beautiful crisp autumn day. She talks about love and loyalty, and the importance of remembering the times of magic during the ordinary days of life. This is Part 2 of The Wedding Day. In Part 1, her wife, Bec, talks about the same day.