Transracial Adoption | Part 3

Transracial Adoption | Part 3

Transracial adoption has been happening since the late 1940’s when Korean orphans were being adopted by Caucasian parents who lived all over the US. At that time and for many years later the prevailing wisdom was to “take them home and love them.” No need for these children to grow up knowing about being Korean since that was no longer the case – they were Americans and the majority race of America was Caucasian. (more…)

Transracial Adoption

Transracial Adoption

Last summer Kathy from Oregon came home with her darling daughter, Shanita, from Uganda.  We’ve put in a few pictures here for all to enjoy.  First Shanita when we first met her and then pictures of Kathy and Shanita together.  Needless to say, Shanita knew from the instant Kathy walked into the orphanage that she was her mother and the two have been inseparable ever since.  It was one of those moments when Kathy realized that this was all meant to be. (more…)

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