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Home » Newswire » Tom Wilson is trying to honour his culture with every word he writes and every stroke of his paint brush – APTN News
by ahnationtalk on October 13, 202177 Views
Oct 12, 2021
‘The quest for identity for some adopted kids is a lifelong journey. My belief is without identity, we have nothing to offer the world.’
At a young age, Tom Wilson had questions and doubts about who he was.
He even likes to joke that he was dropped out of a spaceship and into his backyard at birth.
Wilson came from a loving home and his parents, Bunny and George, provided him with opportunities he feels he might not otherwise have had.
Still, he suspected Bunny and George were not his real parents. When he asked Bunny about it, she told him there were some secrets she would take to her grave and that’s what she did.
It would be decades later when Wilson would be informed by a complete stranger, that he was adopted.
Read More: https://www.aptnnews.ca/facetoface/tom-wilson-singer-songwriter-kahnawake-mohawk/
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