Book: Who am I Really? by Anna Rosenburgcategories: Book, True Storys, Living in Care, Womens Storys, Women of Colour, Survival, Autobiography
Anna Rosenburgabout this book: This is my Autobiography of my life so far.
When I was 3 months old I was adopted by a Jewish couple. After a few years my fathers wife left him and he raised me on his own. Across the road to us lived a well to do American women who took me on as her project and explained to my dad a man should not be bringing up a young girl on his own so she put me in her car saying we where to her country cottage where she left me and drove away the place was Dr Barnardos Home for Children. This was the beginning of many years of problems including deep depression having been taken away from the only person I loved in the world. The beginning of many years of heartache as a black women living in racist Britain in the 60s. Things have happened to me since I was a child some good many not so good but I have survived and will continue to do so. I would like to help and inspirer other women and men who have had experiences not unlike my own and to say you can get through it and be a worthwhile member of the world we live in.
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