“What it does not require is colorblindness or “post-racialism” or “racelessness” — if you are choosing not to see your child as Black, the message you are sending is that you value your child only if you strip away something that is integral to her identity, her existence and her sense of self. We will internalize that message, because you are our parents.”

Opinion | As a Black woman raised by White parents, I have some advice for potential adopters — The Washington Post

As a Black woman raised by White parents, I have some advice for potential adopters. by Rebecca Carroll

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