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An Immoral Proposal: Forbidden Love Under Apartheid Paperback – October 7, 2013
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Jennifer B. Graham is a self-proclaimed global nomad who began life in South Africa, left when she was 19 and since then hasn't looked back. She's also lived in England, Canada, USA and New Zealand. After earning her degree in communication/print journalism from the University of Mobile, Alabama, USA, in 2001, she wrote freelance feature articles on topics such as food, health, travel and profiles for miscellaneous publications that include Destinations, Connections, The Press, The Citizen, The Fairhope Courier as well as Triond.com. An Immoral Proposal is her first book. She lives with her husband near Toronto, Canada. Her five grandchildren split between New York and Regina keep her wandering.
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This is a very real account of two peoples' lives almost ruined by the State. This exciting account is a wonderful, lasting account of perseverance and joy growing from the darkest place. I felt encouraged and uplifted by this story!
Your parents leave you for your grandparents to raise. Where do you belong?
Your culture bans you from certain jobs and forces you to live in ‘ghettoes’ not of your choosing. Where do you belong?
This was an overriding question for Jennifer Graham under the brutal Apartheid laws of South Africa where improper contact with a class other than your own could land you in jail—or worse.
And then, you fall in love. Where do you belong?
Jennifer Graham has written this moving memoir of her life under the regime of South African apartheid. Told in a matter-of-fact style, it nevertheless conveys the horrors and sadness she experience in her young life. We cringe with her at some of the actions of the people around her and rejoice with her in her triumphs. And throughout it all, we marvel with Jennifer, at God’s faithfulness.