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Publisher Description

An extraordinary story of cultural confusion and the long way home to a black girl’s emotional

roots. David Robbins



The Rosie Motene story is about a young girl born to the Bafokeng nation during the apartheid era

in South Africa. At the time, Rosie’s mother worked for a white Jewish family in Johannesburg who

offered to raise the child as one of their own. This generous gesture by the family created many

opportunities for Rosie but also a trail of sacrifices for her parents. As she grew, Rosie struggled to

and her true identity. She had access to the best of everything but as a black girl she floundered

without her own culture or language. This book describes Rosie’s journey through her fog of

alienation to the belated dawning of her self-discovery as an African.

GENRE
Biographies & Memoirs
RELEASED
2018
August 28
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
216
Pages
PUBLISHER
Lulu.com
SELLER
Lulu Enterprises, Inc.
SIZE
685.2
KB