‘Farmed’: why were so many Black children fostered by white families in the UK?
9/25/2022
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‘Farmed’: why were so many Black children fostered by white families in the UK?

From the 1950s, thousands of children of African parents were happily fostered by white British families. But for some, the well-intentioned plan was deeply damaging. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/longreadpod

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