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Hope42Day interviews "Ambassadors of Hope" from across the globe. In other words, people who are living extraordinary albeit ordinary lives.
Today's guest is no exception. Please join us for a captivating and moving interview of Anna Rosenburg who recently published her autobiography, "Who Am I Really?" (as told to Katherine Moore Cooper).
Here is a short excerpt from the back of Anna's book:
Taken away from her father aged 7, Anna Rosenburg spent the next 12 years in a children's home. All because a nosey neighbour thought her father was incapable of looking after her. She was desperately unhappy and started to rebel against the strict regime. Her misery was compounded by confusion over her own identity. What did her black skin mean?
It's good to talk.