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Interracial Adoption: ‘I Know My Parents Love Me, But They Don’t Love My People’

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As the country confronts historical scars of racism, people of color who were adopted into white families now, as adults, reflect on the racism they experienced. experiences that their parents cannot see and rarely talk about.

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Ryan Perry

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