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Bernadette Kennedy

Bernadette Kennedy is descended from Irish, English and Scottish migrants who came to Victoria in the 1840s. After ten years as a teacher she crossed the Nullabor and worked with the homeless and disadvantaged in Western Australia. Active in peace and justice campaigns both locally and internationally, she takes pleasure in the writings of Simone Weil and the music of Mozart; in gardening, horse racing and Australian Rules football.

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Before It Breaks will be launched by ABC Radio’s Geoff Hutchison at 11 am on Saturday 30 May at Bar Orient, 39 High Street, Fremantle.

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