"Simply: white Australia tries to push itself or lengthen its distance of ignorance..."
"He say, ‘How long do you want me to do for?’ But I said, ‘I never give up the shop! I never give up the shop!’"
"I always remember my dad saying to me when I finished year twelve, ‘cause he’s a lawyer—he said, ‘Look, just go and do what you want to do. Don’t do what you think you should do. Do what you enjoy.’"
"We put it in the auction at twenty dollars as an estimate, then found out later, basically straight away, people started ringing us and saying that they’d pay seven hundred dollars for that."
After moving to Australia from Israel, Ita starts Genesis, a restaurant and food sanctuary based in the Perth Hills.
Azra Hodgkinson is a 91-year-old Pakistani woman from Lahore. She reflects on the many changes in her life, many of which were out of her hands. Azra is a charitable woman and continues to live surrounded by loving family.
Doug Sedgwick shares his memories of Perth and Subiaco in the old days. He reflects on his life: the destructive reality of war, technological advances that changed the world, and his own experiences with love and loss.
In Love and Its Many Faces, Joseph tells of growing up in Northbridge in the 80s, love and loss.
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