Ilie Ruby and her three children. Credit: Ilie Ruby There is a natural curiosity about a Caucasian woman holding the hands of three African kiddos at a Chinese restaurant. Visually, things don't quite jive. Transracial families are still, in mos...There is a natural curiosity about a Caucasian woman holding the hands of three African kiddos at a Chinese restaurant.
With each passing day we are seeing families with children who don't look exactly like them. Go to the mall on a Saturday and see a blond-haired, blue-eyed mom with an Asian child tagging along behind her, or a dark-haired man holding the hand of his...
The New York Times has a fascinating article today on the different ways some of the first children who were adopted transculturally/transracially from China to the U.S. are coming to terms with their identities. The article features several yo...
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