Monthly Archives: September 2006

Black/white transracial adoption

This post was originally published at Racialicious on August 17, 2006. by Carmen Van Kerckhove Quite a few people have pointed us to this New York Times article on transracial adoption today. (Thanks daddyinastrangeland, Naro% and Takara!) I haven’t had … Continue reading

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Cashing in on a mixed kid’s fair skin

This post was originally published at Racialicious on June 16, 2006. by Carmen Van Kerckhove (Thanks to Kaushal for this tip!) Really interesting essay in the latest issue of Newsweek, written by a Filipina woman now living in the U.S. … Continue reading

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Mom of mixed family shares humbling anecdote

This post was originally published at Racialicious on June 15, 2006. by Jen Chau Nice story in the Christian Science Monitor — a mom of mixed and transracially adopted kids reflects on a time when she took a stranger’s solemn … Continue reading

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Doesn’t this look like a family to you?

This post was originally published at Racialicious on June 8, 2006. by Carmen Van Kerckhove (First heard about this case on Blogging Baby.) Olivia Shelltrack and Fondrey Loving are facing eviction from the house they purchased in the St. Louis … Continue reading

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Crayola’s efforts to dismantle racism

This post was originally published at Racialicious on June 6, 2006. by Usha (a new guest contributor!) I spotted a product placement blog entry for Crayola®’s multicultural markers on Blogging Baby. Come to find that Crayola® actually unveiled its multicultural … Continue reading

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