"My Boys, 'The Immigrants'"

My children are American citizens, but their birth heritage and skin color involve them in our country's immigration debate.

Will our adopted children get swept up in the immigration debate?
As the mother of three Guatemalan boys, all under the age of seven, I am accustomed to challenges. Manipulating Transformers, finding missing shin guards, and keeping enough snacks in the house are tough. But by far, the most difficult aspect of raising my Latino children is how to do so within the current climate of immigration debates. It seems everywhere we turn people are talking about immigration. And they are talking with fervor, no matter which way they lean. Sadly, ...

When my Latino sons were babies, white people on the street couldn’t stop cooing over them. Lately, things have changed.

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