Who is Elaine Paton and why should you care about her story? She is you; she is me and she could be every woman. This is clear though her writing […]
Rayann Bekdache is a second-generation Australian Muslim woman of Lebanese heritage who grew up in Sydney’s South West on Darug and Eora land. She is a former journalist and sub-editor who writes to process and share her lived experiences. She has written for SBS Voices, Online Opinion and The Sydney Morning Herald and has performed at the Bankstown Poetry Slam and Revolution Renegade. Rayann is passionate about chocolates, cakes and desserts and shares her creations via a small, home-based business. She currently works at the Law Enforcement Conduct Commission and has experience in the immigration, community services and disability support sectors.