A white adoptive Christian mother of two African sisters claims not to see race. So why is she so quick to call Black people “racist” for offering helpful parenting advice?
American religious groups have a long history of adopting children from asylum seekers and from families in poorer nations. But are they saving kids’ lives—or trafficking them?
Recent reports from child-welfare workers reveal that the white adoptive parents of six abused Black children was a perfect storm of narcissism and twisted racial fantasy.
White adoptive mothers of Black children reckon with the horrific Hart family tragedy, white supremacy, and white saviorism.
Adoption tales aren’t about villains. They’re about real people making very difficult decisions—a fact this writer, whose background mirrors the Olympian's, knows well.
As domestic adoption has evolved, so too has the portrayal of the iconic superhero’s origin story—one that this mother looks to as she raises her son.
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