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December 30th, 2014
Episode 149 of 1517 episodes
In his own life, American author Andrew Solomon has experienced discrimination because of his homosexuality and in this address to the Sydney Writers Festival he talks about the impact of difference, in his own life, and in the lives of the families whose stories he collected for his most recent book, families affected by difference and disability.
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