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Still hoping for change

A few days ago, I received a surprise email from a new student at the university where I work. Her heartfelt message touched me, and she gave me permission to share it with my readers. 707 more words

Transracial Adoption

Remembering Hana Williams, Three Years After the Guilty Verdict

Three years ago today, a jury found Larry and Carri Williams guilty of the death of their daughter, Ethiopian adoptee Hana (Alemu) Williams. She would have turned 18 this year, had she lived. 240 more words

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FOUND

As you may have noticed, I haven’t posted in a while. I’ve been keeping busy with other projects, including creating some art. But I want to let my friends and allies in the adoption community– and interested readers– know what has been going on with me in terms of adoption-related stuff. 562 more words

Transracial Adoption

Kaepernick: Patriotism, Racism, and Adoption

Ever been to a public sports event, say, an NFL game? When the national anthem is played or sung, does everyone stand quietly and respectfully? 506 more words

Adoptees

Wings and Roots

Someone once said that there are two gifts we should give our children; one is roots and the other one is wings.

I think I received them, but from two different parents. 71 more words

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Olympic Games

The most important news is about the Olympic Games today. Everybody in the world is watching them. I really like watching these game. But there ‘s always a returning question people ask me during the Olympic Games. 217 more words

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Space separates bodies, not minds

Sometimes you will see a beautiful quote. I found a wonderful quote from Erasmus about how bodies can be separated but the minds aren’t. I would like to share this quote with you. 90 more words

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