Interdisciplinary artist Rachel Romero is currently creating the Magdalene Laundry Diary drawings for her forthcoming film.
'My identity was stolen from me'. Child Migrant Ann McVeigh shares her personal history and photographs of St Joseph's Orphanage, Subiaco (now Wembley), WA.
Rachael Romero, a former inmate of the The Pines, the Convent of the Sisters of the Good Shepherd in Plympton, South Australia, shares her drawing A Severed Life.
New York artist and former resident of The Pines (Good Shepherd Convent), Adelaide SA, Rachael Romero shares artwork from her pending publication 'Artist's Portfolio: Nothing Sacred'.
New York artist and film-maker, Rachael Romero, and former inmate of 'The Pines', Sisters of the Good Shepherd Convent, Plympton, South Australia shares a page from her book which will be published this year.
In 1971, Rachael Romero, soon after her release from The Pines (Sisters of the Good Shepherd Convent), Plympton, SA, she wrote a poem about how it felt to be indoctrinated.
Former Child Migrant Raymond Brand writes about his experience as a child migrant from Britain, growing up in Castledare and Bindoon, WA. Ray describes the abuse he suffered and how education and medical care were low priorities at Bindoon.
In January 2010, Janice Konstantinidis returned to her former Home, Mount Saint Canice, Sandy Bay, Tasmania to witness its redevelopment into luxury apartments.
Rachael Romero who was sent to the The Pines, Plympton, SA, run by the Sisters of the Good Shepherd, recalls the importnace of holy cards.
Rachael Romero shares her original art work which she painted in 1973.