'[...] I once had a friend who said to me, somewhat confused, 'If your mum is white and your dad is black, then why aren't you grey?' I was ten.
'I laugh sometimes when I think of that remark, not because it was humorous but because, funnily enough, that's how my life felt most days. My world was often grey. Every area was a grey area, because of who I was: a grey Aboriginal.' (Introduction)