S05 E03: “Brown Babies: The Mischlingskinder Story” with Regina Griffin

We were so pleased to welcome Regina Griffin, Jasmine Redden, and Romona Burns to the show to talk about Mischlingskinders otherwise known as Brown Babies – the children of African American servicemen and German women.

Brown Babies: The Mischlingskinder Story reveals the tragic lives of biracial, bicultural children who were unwanted, ignored, and forgotten by enemy nations.

Imagine being born in a place and time where racism and hatred run rampant. Your mother is white and German and your father is a black American serviceman. Brown Babies tells the painful and personal story of a forgotten piece of world history through the eyes of the people who suffered most: those who lived it.

Emmy award-winning TV News Executive Producer Regina Griffin is the director, writer, and producer of Brown Babies. Regina and Romana are Mischlingskinders who talk candidly about their life experiences.

Documentary link: https://www.brownbabiesfilm.com

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