November is World Adoption Month, and in honor of that, our guest today is Michaela Foster Marsh, author of the book Starchild: A Memoir of Adoption, Race, and Family, a memoir about her life with her adopted brother Frankie, and her journey to learn more about Frankie after his tragic death by finding his birth family in Uganda. It is ultimately the story of a sibling relationship that transcends borders, time, and life itself.
Michaela is an acclaimed musician with three albums to her credit and has been invited to sing at the Monaco International Film Festival, the Cannes International Film Festival, and for Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth. She is the founder and Executive Director of Starchild Charity. She lives in Glasgow, Scotland, and has received a Prime Minister’s award for her work in Uganda.
What We Discuss With Michaela Foster Marsh In This Episode
Episode Show Notes: https://tinyurl.com/yyqdewcm
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Michaela Foster Marsh is an acclaimed musician with three albums to her credit whose work has appeared in television and film, including Dawson’s Creek and The Matthew Sheppard Story.
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