Identity: yours, mine, ours

Who we are, who others think we are, and what it
means to belong and not belong in Australia.

Education

Programs for students, teachers and schools

About the exhibitionFirst ImpressionsPeople Like MePeople Like ThemEducationWelcome by Lynette Wallworth

Favourite Objects

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Packet of Nigger Boy Steel Wool Soap Pads, 1950s

Packet of Nigger Boy Steel Wool Soap Pads, 1950s

This packet of Nigger Boy Steel Wool Soap Pads is one of several ob...

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First Impressions

Challenge your assumptions

What we are called

What we are called

Is your name a blessing or a burden? Does it define you?

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People Like Me

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Diana Nguyen reflects on how she expresses her identity and Vietnamese heritage ...

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People Like Them

Confronting prejudice

The white picket fence

The white picket fence

Has Australia really escaped its racist past? Explore key events in our history...

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I am proud to be me

Margi, Tasmania, 59More quotes