Ron Bradfield Junior is a saltwater fella from Bardi Country but grew up in Geraldton, WA. He now calls Whadjuk Boodjah, his home.
A man spends 20 years and travels 15,000 kms to find love and build a family in Perth.
A young woman who came to Australia as a refugee at the age of eight decides to be a doctor, a lawyer and a politician.
When Lesley’s fifth child Jack is born profoundly deaf, she and her family become unexpected and powerful advocates for CALD communities.
An eight year old girl resists dressing up in the Indian dress her mother has bought her for Multicultural Day. Thirty years later, she reflects on why.
Imagine you're holidaying in Paris and you get a phone call: your daughter has been murdered. This is exactly what Karen Lang experienced. Karen works through her grief by meeting the woman who took her daughter's life. She reflects on her journey of understanding, empathy and, finally, forgiveness.
Skye is travelling around Australia in a campervan with her husband and four young daughters. A few years ago, she found out that her father had been having an affair for 17 years. This discovery forever changed her life and the way she viewed the world, including teaching her that nothing is ever black and white.
When you have just ten hours with your child, you can’t put the feeling into words. Carly has done something truly beautiful, offering over 24,000 tributes to children who never got to grow up.
Matthew and Daniel Bacon share their stories about self-love, identity, and queer resilience.
“Whenever we come together as a family which wouldn’t happen very often… we would all eat Vietnamese food and spring rolls were definitely one of the ones we’d all have. There's a feeling of community coming together, like a reunion almost.”
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