Our society has gotten to the point where most people can agree that overt racism is wrong. Few would argue that segregation or using a racial slur is acceptable. But many more subtle forms of racism persist. Here's how to combat them.
Search Results: Spring 2014
I am angry at the price my son has to pay for his birth mother's decision to drink while pregnant — but I can't be angry at her.
After a lifetime of wondering who? and why?, an adoptee set out to find some answers. The award-winning documentary that follows her birth family search has already sparked thousands of dialogues.
When a sibling arrives at an older age or with emotional challenges, everyone will benefit from realistic expectations — and patience.
A beloved children's book sparked a discussion with my three-year-old daughter about adoption and her birth mother.
Talking with Black women about adoption became a routine part of motherhood for me, alongside diapers, homework, and the warmth I feel every time I look at my son.
How did I fill my time during the wait? By filling a bookcase for our child-to-be.