We The People: Peep the Black Girl Magic In this Powerful Teen Girls Poem
When four Black teen girls get together to write a slam poem about race, transracial adoption, single parent families and skin color, it's Black Girl Magic.
Ashy Knees and Dry Hair: When Mixed Children Grooming Raises Eyebrows Abroad
Mixed children grooming becomes all the more precarious in foreign countries where racial stigmas aren't as obvious as here in America.
An Open Letter to my Fellow White, Liberal Parents: DO BETTER
The white mom of a Black daughter chronicles white liberal racism, and implores white parents to be mindful of their biases.
For White Mothers Who Don’t Know How To Style Their Black Children’s Natural Hair: I Feel You
This mom says she'll never look at that brown child with the white mom and make assumptions again.
Born Behind Bars: How Separation, Foster Care and Adoption Shaped My Life
An adoptee born in prison remembers the trauma of being taken from her birth mother, and counts the emotional toll it took on her life.
“Mom, Why Is Everyone Here White?” What My Son Knows About Race That I Never Did
Even Rebecca Carroll's 8-year-old son knows there's something wrong when they visit her virtually all-white hometown.