She was placed in over twenty-one foster homes between the ages of twelve and eighteen. This sporadic early life gave rise to self-identity issues, unhealthy relationships and problems with education. However, Shashanna refused to give up. She fought to prevail and break through the labels and stereotypical prejudices that are applied to foster children.
What becomes of the forgotten children? The children who are legally branded from the second they enter a system that doesn't always put them first. Will they be able to overcome the darkness that awaits them? Find out by taking a walk in Shashanna's shoes.