Thu 13 December 2018
Teah Mogae is a GP in Melbourne. Born in Botswana, she wants her son to have positive images of his colour and culture.
Unable to find picture books she decided to make her own.
Losika Writes is the result, with picture books and posters depicting her culture and language.
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Teah opens up about her own experiences as a "chocolate" mother living in an Australia that isn't famous for its warm embrace of multi-culturalism, and why it's so important for kids of all backgrounds to be exposed to stories and experiences from all cultures and identities.