‘I lived in a state of pure terror’: Rosemary Adaser, co-founder of the group Mixed Race Irish.  Photograph: Joanne O’Brien

In October 1958, when Rosemary Adaser was admitted, as an 18-month-old, to a mother-and-baby home in Dublin, her admission notes described her as “ill(...)

Carole Brennan, Evon Brennan and Rosemary Adaser, of Mixed Race Irish, who appeared before the justice committee, outside Leinster House yesterday. Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill

The Irish State “singularly and spectacularly failed mixed race children” in its care, the Oireachtas justice committee was told yesterday.Carole Bren(...)

Evon Brennan and Rosemary Adaser, two of the founders of Mixed Race Irish, a campaign for the recognition of mixed race Irish people who suffered racist abuse in institutional care.

Last month, during a discussion on the forthcoming commission of investigation into mother-and-baby homes, Anne Ferris put on the Dáil record the expe(...)

Evon Brennan (left) and Rosemary Adaser of Call to Action Mixed Race Irish: want to reach out to other mixed-race ex-institution Irish.

A campaign has been launched for recognition of mixed-race survivors of institutional abuse who believe they suffered racism while in State care.Rosem(...)