Authors » 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 has worked with the homeless and disadvantaged in Western Australia for the past twenty-five years. 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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