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” Nationwide, 8 percent of white children in public custody were adopted by black or interracial couples in 2004, the latest year available. About 26 percent of black children were adopted by white parents, according to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. ”

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” Nationwide, 8 percent of white children in public custody were adopted by black or interracial couples in 2004, the latest year available. About 26 percent of black children were adopted by white parents, according to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. ”

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” Nationwide, 8 percent of white children in public custody were adopted by black or interracial couples in 2004, the latest year available. About 26 percent of black children were adopted by white parents, according to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. ”

Reclaiming Our Children: Addressing Adoption Rates For Blacks
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The need for adoptive families for babies and children is huge ..

Georgette, you are mistaken. Blacks don’t generally ask others to be “post racial.” On the contrary, we want people to remember that race still matters, and we won’t accept inferior or more violent treatment because of our race. There is no such thing as post racial, and those that insist there is, or that we have achieved it are just engaging in a dangerous form of denial.
I am a Black adoptive parent and I would add to the list the prohibitive cost of private and international adoption, wanting to parent a child that looks like me, and the decreasing likelihood of a Black child being adopted the older they get.
Michele

Black children in the foster care system come from “drugged up” mothers;

What White Parents Should Know About Adopting Black Children

About 26 percent of the black children adopted in the United States go to white families, according to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. About eight percent of white children in public custody were adopted by black or interracial couples in 2004, the latest year available.

Adoption, regardless of racial dynamics, requires a level of patience, ..

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