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If you give it away its gone This should be the attitude when dealing with transracial or any adoptions in general By saying that only white children should be raised by white parents we are only furthering the already rampant segregation that exists in this country All we end up doing is saying that the one is wrong but showing how we truly feel with our actions The is no more damage done to a transracial adopted child then a same-color adopted child from the feeling that the people who raised them didnt give birth to them The only difference is that the transracial child has known that their parents arent their birth parents This however is not at all a bad thing many if not most same-color adopted children live all of there child through teenager life never knowing the truth about who they are At least with a transracial adoption the child isnt living a lie the inter life There are only two good reason why a child should be given back to there birth parents and they would be if the child was stolen or a mishap in the hospital I said stolen not taken away by the government If a parent of a child is a drunk drugy or whatever if they clean up they shouldnt have the right to have their child returned to them just because there skin color or what they believe is different then that childs adopted parents Any and all right that the birth parents had were taken away with there child because of something they had done And using the technicality of ethnic differences is a copout way of getting what you want If a parent puts a child up for adoption just because they dont want the hassle and then change there mind two years later they also should have no case A store cant just sell a bag of chips and
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