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Karen Valby is a writer who lives in Austin, Texas. She and her husband, who are white, have two adopted daughters, one Ethiopian and one African- American. Robyn Wells believed she went into the adoption of her Ethiopian son with eyes wide open. She and her husband Timothy, a police officer and Army veteran, who served two tours in Iraq and one in Afghanistan, brought Ben home when he was four years old.
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Transracial adoption: 'I've been accused of kidnapping my white child'
The Realities of Raising a Kid of a Different Race
Racially and culturally diverse adoption refers to placing a child who is of one race, culture, or ethnic group with adoptive parents of another race, culture, or ethnic group. A study published by the Institute for Family Studies found that 44 percent of the adopted children surveyed were adopted by parents of a different race. Racially and culturally diverse adoption forever changes families and requires a commitment to lifelong learning. Find resources in this section to help families nurture healthy cultural identity development. Discussions include various topics centered on adoption. Preserving the Culture of Your Adopted Child Strom Adoption Choices of Nevada Provides information on how parents can help promote and bring positive attention to the birth culture of their adopted child.
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The Trauma of Transracial Adoption
The number of transracial adoptions in the United States, particularly international adoptions, is increasing annually. Counseling psychology as a profession, however, is a relatively silent voice in the research on and practice of transracial adoption. This article presents an overview of the history and research on transracial adoption to inform counseling psychologists of the set of racial and ethnic challenges and opportunities that transracial adoptive families face in everyday living.
Advice and considerations shared by adoptive parents and child welfare professionals. Parents mean this in the best possible way. They mean that they could love a child unconditionally, regardless of whether they look like them or share their cultural heritage and traditions.