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Hana Williams blog posts: Interesting comments I got

Someone has created a Remembrance Page for Hana Williams on Facebook. I posted pointers to my blog items on Hana on that page, and over the last few days (and especially on the 7th)  people have added several comments. Take a … Continue reading

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Love & Lashings: Part 2: On child abuse and “child-collectors”

After my first post in this blog about 13-year old Ethiopian adoptee Hana Grace-Rose Williams, found dead in her backyard of her Sedro-Woolley home in May this year, K & I have been reading up on related issues. Part 1 of this … Continue reading

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Love & Lashings: Part 1 — “Training up” children

My last post in this blog was about 13-year old Ethiopian adoptee Hana Grace-Rose Williams, found dead in her backyard of her Sedro-Woolley home in May this year. In the last week-plus, after we got to know about Hana, K … Continue reading

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