Author Judy Fambrough-Billingsley holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree, a California Lifetime Teaching Credential, and a Master's Degree in Education Administration. Born Ute Schaab she was abandoned to live in a kinderheim until adopted by an American couple. Her powerful and riveting memoir shares her resilience and inspirational odyssey as the search for both birth parents leads to a thought provoking chapter on Forgiveness and Healing. The book concludes with a guide to researching your own ancestry or finding a long lost family member or friend.
Video Interview about life in America, raised and educated in Bakersfield, Ca during a time of segregation. She describes the skill of code-switching and the mastery of living in two worlds as a biracial woman.
All of us will experience some type of grief and loss throughout our lives regardless of race, creed, or color. The author explores the effects of abandonment (physical/emotional) and resulting in love, forgiveness and healing. (Start Interview on #8.0)
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