It was an honour to have the KBH portraits exhibited on Dunghutti country, at the site of the former Kinchela Boys Home (KBH). Twelve years in the making, it's the first time all 50 portraits have been exhibitied together. The KBH Portrait Project was the brain child of Raymond Minniecon, whose inspiration and hard work made it happen. I thank the KBH men for their generosity and for trusting me with their stories. And I thank Sandy Chockman for this powerful installation. It has been an honour to do this voluntary work for the KBH men. Making their portraits is my Sorry to the KBH men, and all members of the Stolen Generation and their families, for the injustices of the past.