The Story of Patricia - A Grandmothers Fight to do What’s Right
(5 of 5) Good Friends like the Bobby Goldsmith Foundation

(5 of 5) Good Friends like the Bobby Goldsmith Foundation

February 2, 2021
Mr BGF and other heroes and a simple message to the future young Australian community.
(4 of 5) Families and friends and secret diseases

(4 of 5) Families and friends and secret diseases

February 2, 2021
Families, friends and politicians all handle stress differently, and sometimes opportunistically.
(3 of 5) Wherever the need was.

(3 of 5) Wherever the need was.

February 2, 2021
When you decide to really help people in need, you don't get to pick and choose what problems to face and what challenges to meet - we just have to embrace whatever the need was.
(2 of 5) You don’t have to be a Saint to do something good

(2 of 5) You don’t have to be a Saint to do something good

February 2, 2021
What really happened when HIV & AIDS first came to Australia in the 1980's?
It was the time when a Grandmother named Patricia and her band of volunteers, stood up for those who has lost their voice. This is the inspiring Story of Patricia Kennedy, OAM and her fight to do what’s right.
(1 of 5) Introduction: So what would you do? A Grandmothers Fight to do What’s Right.

(1 of 5) Introduction: So what would you do? A Grandmothers Fight to do What’s Right.

February 2, 2021
A quick intro to The Story of Patricia.
 

The 1980's were a time before mass access to the internet & the time when HIV & AIDS first came to Australia.

The Australian community responded to this new modern-day leprosy with crippling fear, terror, appalling discrimination and loathing – of people – young Australian people.

What happened must never be forgotten.

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