Nov 30, 2016
What’s it like to be the first in your family or the first in your community to study at university? Kara gathers stories from students who are in that position. Many of the students are Aboriginal.
Kara reflects on what she is learning from listening to these incredibly resilient students about injustice and their...
Nov 21, 2016
“Farming, I think, is one of the most vital things you can do. If we don’t eat, we die.”
But how to do it without harming the earth…
Raised in the city, Alice left teaching to study Sustainable Agriculture and Food Security. She has started her own business, using Community Supported Agriculture, and is...
Nov 14, 2016
In December 2015, a month after terrorist attacks, Heba and her husband were flying out of Paris. When it came time to present their passports, they met with a hostility that frightens her to this day.
“The expression on his face really sticks in my mind a lot. He was glaring, he looked so angry, so mad.”
Heba is a...
Nov 6, 2016
Jackie is a young Indigenous woman from a remote community in rural Australia. She is studying criminal justice at university, with the goal of helping the kids in her home town.
In this interview, she talks about her passion for helping others, for making a difference in other people’s lives, especially the lives...
Nov 2, 2016
A pink dress with shoe polish on its bottom.
A train made of fish and chips.
A hut by the beach.
Nanny Kim tells her granddaughters a story about a childhood holiday. Then we hear Tara and Zoe reflect on it.
Happiness. Love. The helpfulness of a family passed down generation to generation.
The insight and wisdom of...