On its opening American told in his autobiography
28 Mar, 09:43
In 70 years a resident of Texas city converse Verda Byrd, who all his life considered himself black, he learned that grew up in foster care. She told about his discovery in his autobiography.
“My foster mother Edwinna Wagner never told me that adopted a white girl,” says Verda Byrd in an interview with tabloid the Daily Mail. To learn the truth, the woman decided to look for biological parents.
She found out that she was born in a poor large family, and her real name was different — Jeanette Beagle. Shortly after her birth father abandoned the family and his mother was seriously injured and left without a livelihood. The public authorities then seized all the children, including Jeanette.
Five-month-old girl was adopted by a childless black couple from Newton, Kansas. The adoptive parents changed her name to Jeanette verdú. Although her skin was lighter than theirs, nobody would attach any importance to this. All, including herself, considered her black child.
Verde bird managed to find his own mother. It turned out that she was able to secure the return of four out of five children who were chosen by the state. The foster parents were only Jeanette.
Recall, black beauty conquered the world with its resemblance to a Barbie doll. In addition, in London, a ballet without a single fair-skinned ballerina.
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