September 14, 2007, Newsletter Issue #115: Transracial Adoption

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Transracial adoption is the placement of a child who is of a different race or ethnicity than the adoptive parents. Healthy Caucasian children are in high demand for potential adopting families. Adopting parents may choose to have a transracial adoption to lessen the wait for a child, because they feel a connection to a certain country or culture for some reason, or because they just want to give a home to a child who needs one, regardless of where he or she is from.

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