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A story about about a boy adopted from India searching for his roots.
“The life of an adoptee is like an ancient voyager who searches for the unknown. The stars guided their destiny. They had their sights on the wonders that lay ahead of them. An adoptee travels in the opposite direction.”
: being an intercountry adoptee :
Not an "Orphan" Finds her Voice
The realities and challenges of the adopted life for adoptees.
Supporting the Transracial Adoption community through education and research
Social Worker. Clinician. Speaker. Teacher. Policy Advocate. Cause Advocacy Organizer.
Illustratör, serietecknare & grafisk formgivare
My journey - The good, bad and the ugly
Because of course race and culture matter.
a place to explore, discover, and think aloud about social work practice, research, ethics, theory, education and policy
The Life of Biracial Transracial Adoptee
Transracial Adoption from one black girl's perspective
Ebba Katherine adopted from Colombia
Two adoptees - one vocal the other not so much...
Abandoned, Adopted, Here the ramblings of a transracially adopted British East Asian (British- Hong Kong Chinese)