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Letter to the editor: Mrs. Dunning still ‘crying out for my grands’

Letter to the editor: Mrs. Dunning still ‘crying out for my grands’

May. 16 |     The following is an update from Mrs. Dorothy Dunning, the African American grandmother in Mississippi who is appealing a Minnesota decision that allowed a White Minnesota family to adopt her grandchildren. Much of her struggle involves...

The Dunning grandparents file an appeal

The Dunning grandparents file an appeal

Feb. 22 |   I promised the community to expect a follow-up to my last article as to what has transpired in the Dunning case [“Let go of Mrs. Dunning’s babies,” MSR, Jan. 26]. The Dunning grandparents have filed an appeal to challenge the foster...

Crying out for my grands — A grandmother fights to care for her own flesh and blood

Crying out for my grands — A grandmother fights to care for her own flesh and blood

Jan. 4 |   By Dorothy Dunning Guest Commentator   I am Dorothy Dunning, the mother of three sons and grandmother of 10, ages one to nine years old. I reside in Gautier, Mississippi, with my husband Lawrence (Larry) Dunning. We have been in legal...
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