Babies born out of wedlock to Irish teens were often banished from their birth mother to be raised by another family. The story is portrayed in Philomena. Chicago Tribune writer Bonnie Miller Rubin joins me tomorrow at 10 a.m. to talk about this practice. Also, Mari Steed, of The Philomena Project, and Colleen Anderson, one of the adopted babies. This special edition of "I'm Just Sayin'" begins tomorrow morning at 10 a.m. at blogtalkradio.com/imjustsayin0.
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