Opinion | As a Black Woman Raised by White Parents, I have Some Advice for Potential Adopters

More than half of the Black adopted kindergarteners in the United States are raised by families of another race — usually, White. And while almost always well-meaning, these White adoptive parents must also know and understand the itinerant racism, fetishizing, adultification and stereotyping imposed on their Black children from an early age, according to an opinion by Rebecca Carroll.

Read the full story from the Washington Post

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