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some information about racial disroportionality in child welfare

In honor of National Foster Care Month, I’ve decided to post some links to information about the child welfare system in the US, in addition to some statistics that I think are important to know, but which are not well … Continue reading

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Outsiders Within: Writing on Transracial Adoption – Part II

I’m three chapters into “Outsiders Within” and wow, can I just say? This book speaks to my heart. Deeply, deeply. Things I’ve been too angry to say, things I’ve felt implicitly, but not known how to articulate. Things I was … Continue reading

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Outsiders Within: Writing on Transracial Adoption – Part I

I recently started the book “Outsiders Within: Writing on Transracial Adoption” after learning about it on A Birth Project. So far I’ve only read the introduction and the contributors biographies, but I plan on working my way through it over the course … Continue reading

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