"Blurring the Line"

In this personal essay, one mother describes her fears that her family won't accept her babies through transracial adoption, and her relief at one reaction.

One mother describes her experience with transracial adoption.

Mississippi has the largest population of African Americans in the United States, and the color line seems to be drawn in permanent ink or, perhaps, in blood. Because of this, I always believed I would never go back after my daughters came home from Haiti.

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