Bonnie Sumner

Bonnie Sumner left traditional journalism to become a grumpy mother. She writes freelance when the kids are at kindy and she’s not creating 'interesting' plant based meals her children never eat.

Society
Aug 18, 2016

'I was the first blood relative my mother ever laid eyes on'

An appalling and outdated law means thousands of New Zealanders still have no access to information about their identities. Bonnie Sumner wants to know why the Government refuses to recognise the terrible legacy of forced adoptions.

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