In an effort to gain insight into the experience of a transracial adoptee, ATTN: interviewed five people of color who were adopted by white parents. Their experiences and opinions can go far in helping adoptive parents assist their children in building a comfortable racial identity.
This compelling article shares these adoptees’ answers to the following questions:
- What did your parents teach you about race?
- What was school like for you?
- How has being adopted into an interracial family affected your identity as an adult?
- Do white parents need more resources about race when they adopt children of color?