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Martina Dahlmanns With contributions by Tumi Jonas-Mpofu A deeply personal memoir by a white adoptive mother of children who are black. Urgently questions the very depths of what it means to be white in South Africa today. Unsettling, precisely because of what it reveals simultaneously about the end...
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Martina Dahlmanns<br /> With contributions by Tumi Jonas-Mpofu<br /> A deeply personal memoir by a white adoptive mother of children who are black. Urgently questions the very depths of what it means to be white in South Africa today. Unsettling, precisely because of what it reveals simultaneously about the enduring impact of inherited privilege and the repercussions of disadvantage.<br /> <br><br><br>

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Author

Martina Dahlmanns

Format

Paperback

ISBN

9781928215639

Pages

218

Martina Dahlmanns
With contributions by Tumi Jonas-Mpofu
A deeply personal memoir by a white adoptive mother of children who are black. Urgently questions the very depths of what it means to be white in South Africa today. Unsettling, precisely because of what it reveals simultaneously about the enduring impact of inherited privilege and the repercussions of disadvantage.



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Martina Dahlmanns
With contributions by Tumi Jonas-Mpofu
A deeply personal memoir by a white adoptive mother of children who are black. Urgently questions the very depths of what it means to be white in South Africa today. Unsettling, precisely because of what it reveals simultaneously about the enduring impact of inherited privilege and the repercussions of disadvantage.



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