In Their Own Voices: Transracial Adoptees Tell Their Stories


How did being adopted transracially affect their lives through childhood and into adulthood? How did their family experiences influence their racial and social identities, their choice of friends and marital partners, and their lifestyles? IN THEIR OWN VOICES collects the results of interviews conducted with black and biracial young adults who were adopted as children by white parents. Their personal stories bring an insider’s viewpoint to the issues of transracial adoption. (Paperback, 392 pages, 2000)

Author: Rita J. Simon & Rhonda M. Roorda
ISBN: 0-231-11829-5
Count: 1
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