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Home arrow E-Library arrow Full Text Articles and Essays arrow The Parenting Dilemma of Transracial Adoption, NPR, 2011
The Parenting Dilemma of Transracial Adoption, NPR, 2011 PDF Print E-mail

 May 11, 2011 - It's common for adopted children to grapple with questions about where they come from and how they fit into their new family. But those questions can be particularly hard to navigate when adoptive parents and children don't look alike.

Today, approximately 40 percent of adoptions in America are transracial — and that number is growing. In decades past, many American parents of transracial adoptions simply rejected racial categories, raising their children as though racial distinctions didn't matter...

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