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Issue Details: First known date: 2020... 2020 At Home with Jamila Rizvi
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'In 2020 Jamila Rizvi is the force behind two books pitched, written and published during the pandemic. The first is Untold Resilience: Stories of Courage, Survival and Love from Women Who Have Gone Before - an anthology of life stories from 19 older women. The second is I'm A Hero Too - an illustrated story for children about living during a time of pandemic.

'Jamila is the Chief Creative Office of the Nine Network’s Future Women, and a weekly columnist for The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age. She has previously published two best-selling books - Not Just Lucky (2017) and The Motherhood (2018). Jamila is also a regular commentator on The Project, Today, The Drum and Q and A.' (Production introduction)

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