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Colleen Anderson, surviving an Irish mother and baby home

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Dublin, Jan 28 (EFE).- (Camera: Javier Aja) Colleen Anderson was born in 1965 at the now infamous Sean Ross Abbey mother and baby home in County Tipperary, in the center of the Republic of Ireland. The Congregation of Sacred Hearts of Jesus and Mary ran the home between 1939-69 for mothers and their “illegitimate” children, who would be put up for adoption. FOOTAGE AND INTERVIEW WITH COLLEEN ANDERSON.

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