Amazing People from our Community – Dr. Judith Buckrich

David Hunt gets in an occasional word when speaking with Dr Judith Buckrich. Author, Historian, and Activist, born in Budapest, Hungary, emigrated to Melbourne as a child, has several entries in the Encyclopedia of Melbourne and Remembering Melbourne 1850-1960. Her book The Village of Ripponlea won a Victorian Community History Award in 2016 and Acland Street: The Grand Lady of St Kilda won the 2018 Fellowship of Australian Writers (VIC) Award for non-fiction.

Her most recent work is The Making of the Victorian Pride Centre.

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