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Dear Adoption, My Pigment Doesn't Wash Off

Dear Adoption, My Pigment Doesn’t Wash Off

I am a transracial adoptee, born biracial and adopted by a white family 50 years ago.  My vision of the world starts from this perspective. 1,076 more words



No connection with half of myself

Relationship built on shattered egg shells

Family is currency, where is all my wealth?

Bricks for walls is all that he sells… 95 more words

The anxieties tied with being Bi-racial

Feminism, anti LGBTQ+ discrimination, racism, black lives matter, equality- we’ve all heard of them, but have you ever heard of bi-racial discrimination?

I’m supposing many people’s answers will be no, and that is why I have decided to write this blog. 563 more words

Dear Brown Girls | You Are Magical

By: Simone Ritchie

Do not panic when you show up to your first day of school and no one looks like you. You will be swallowed up in the sea of light hair and fair skin and be lost in a crowd of people that look like Disney princesses. 817 more words