We Bleed the Same Exhibition Opening

Lovemore N'dou. Image by Tim Bauer as part of the We Bleed the Same Exhibition.

The Freilich Project is very proud to be launching We Bleed the Same, an exhibition that explores racism and diversity in Australia through the lens of immigrants, refugees, First Nations peoples, and many others.

Thirty-seven people from diverse backgrounds are featured in a series of stunning portraits taken by Tim Bauer, one of Australia’s pre-eminent portrait photographers. The exhibition also includes a documentary by journalist and film-maker Liz Deep-Jones, which shares the unique stories of cultural difference, the experiences of racism, and in some cases even fleeing war to arrive in Australia.

We are extremely grateful to have Lovemore N'dou, lawyer, boxing champion, and one of the many incredible people featured in the exhibition, launching this event. Born in Musina, South Africa, Lovemore N'dou had a successful early career in boxing but, due to the apartheid policies of South Africa, was not allowed to compete internationally. He migrated to Australia, where he continued his boxing career before becoming a lawyer. He now practices in south Sydney.

To register for this event, click the link to register for Alumni Week 2022 events. Click the 'Register' button and choose tickets to the launch event on the 29 March. The event is free, but spaces are strictly limited. 

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Updated:  25 February 2022/Responsible Officer:  Freilich Project/Page Contact:  Herbert & Valmae Freilich Project