Benjamin Law is at Gordon Library

Published on 05 July 2024

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Author and TV presenter Benjamin Law will be at the Library on Thursday 11 July sharing reflections on the meaning of identity.

Benjamin Law is a renowned writer, presenter and cultural commentator whose work spans television, radio, and print.

He is the creator of the critically acclaimed SBS TV series The Family Law in which he explores social issues with wit and empathy.

Throughout his career, Benjamin Law has been a prominent voice for the LGBTQIA+ community, using his platform to highlight the experiences and challenges faced by this community.

In this engaging discussion between 6.30pm and 7.30pm on 11 July, Benjamin will share insights on how identity shapes people’s personal stories and their understanding of the world.

Following Benjamin’s talk there will be the opportunity to ask him questions and share personal stories.

The evening will also see the launch of the Council’s Welcome Here project. Welcome Here stickers will be distributed in ten Council owned venues including Gordon Library to demonstrate commitment to making Ku-ring-gai an inclusive and welcoming community.

Spaces are limited for the Benjamin Law talk; to book go to

Gordon Library is located at 799 Pacific Highway Gordon.


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