[NetBehaviour] She's a working-class hero
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Thu Sep 29 10:29:34 CET 2022
Thanks for sharing this… Have you ever tried to find out where your sister
Wishing you the best
On Thu 29 Sept 2022 at 12:19, marc.garrett via NetBehaviour <
netbehaviour at lists.netbehaviour.org> wrote:
> My mum died two years ago today. I've been thinking a lot about her
> lately. But especially about how she struggled to look after our family on
> the council estate with two wayward, violent fathers whilst living in
> extreme poverty.
> The social services didn't help then; they tended to treat working-class
> families like criminals in the 70s. They took my sister away when I was 7
> years old, and I was 8. I often wonder where Donna is now. It would be
> great to meet her.
> Anyway, the thing is, my mother was an amazing woman, and she deserved
> more respect from society than the useless men she knew. She's a
> working-class hero.
> Wishing you well
> DR Marc Garrett - https://marcgarrett.org/
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