Transracial adoption

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As a white adoptive mom with six kids, these are the stories and statistics that I’m used to. The stories and statistics that have become comfortable.
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As a white adoptive mom with six kids, these are the stories and statistics that I’m used to. The stories and statistics that have become comfortable. The post Transracial Adoption Frequently Ruins Lives––I Say This As A White Adoptive Mom appeared first on Scary Mommy.

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‘They bluntly asked, ‘So, where is your real Mom? She didn’t want you? Is there something wrong with you?’ Everywhere I went, I stuck out like a sore thumb.’: Transracial adoptee says ‘it’s okay to grieve the loss of your birth family’ – Love What Matters Adoption, Parents, People, Adoptive Parents, Adoptive Family, Motherhood, Foster Care, Foster Care Adoption, Adoption Stories

"I wasn’t white enough, but I also wasn’t black enough. I'd be in line checking out with my mom when cashiers would remind me to put down the grocery dividers between us. It was a constant reminder others didn't see me as belonging to my parents. Every birthday, I wondered if my birth mother thought about me. Every holiday, I wondered if she missed me."

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Dear Sugar, It's Black History Month and as we continue to celebrate, I want to address something very important, especially for those new to transracial adoption or those considering it. I was recently part of an online discussion about race...this was IN a transracial adoption group. I was shocked at how divided the members were when it came to the topic we were discussing, essentially: #blacklivesmatter. There was a debate about #alllivesmater vs. #blacklivesmatter, supporting police…

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Diane Clarke