Black Twitter found my father in 24hours

Storytelling , Family , Apartheid , Adoption

Sara-Jayne King tells us about how her mother gave her up for adoption in England and upon her return to South Africa, told everyone she was dead. She also tells us how Black Twitter helped her find her biological father in twenty-four hours.

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