I have always loved Toni Morrison's classic novel The Bluest Eye. It provides a brilliant glimpse into the world of Black American womanhood in the early 1940s, showing how race and class intersect. My only regret is that this great work has never come to life on the big screen, unlike Alice Walker's The Color Purple. Like many people familiar with The Bluest Eye, I empathize with its protagonist, young Pecola Breedlove. Her story is ultimately one of tragedy and the...more
Happy Black History Month!
As an adoptive mother of two African American children (one Black, on biracial Black/white), I am often asked what I think white people who are considering transracial adoption* should do/think/know/read. As with most parenting questions, I think there are just about as many answers as there are families. That said, there are some issues unique to Black/white interracial families -- especially when the parents and white and the children are African American -- that can be addressed in a way that is useful to most if not all of them.
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