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Nowhere to Belong: Punished for the colour of her skin

Harmony Brookes

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Biography: general, Autobiography: general, Prose: non-fiction

The extraordinarily inspiring story of a girl who overcame the worst racial and sexual abuse imaginable to forge a new life and to honour her two sisters who did not survive.

He said I was filthy and wicked. He said it would make me pure. I was only five years old...

Enslaved by their white foster family, the only love and affection Harmony and her two sisters experienced came from each other. When Harmony attempted to get help nobody believed her...until it was too late.

The three little girls were emotionally shattered by the abuse and only Harmony survived to tell this tragic tale. She knew she had to escape or die.

This is the incredibly moving true story of a little girl who was betrayed by the people supposed to protect her, and how she finally found somewhere to belong.

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