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Interracial Adoption Today the United States has become more racially and ethnically diverse than it has been in the last few decades Although there is basic equality among people of different cultural backgrounds racial bigotry still lies beneath the surface Racism is going to be existent for as long as there are people on this planet there is no way around this fact In contrast views toward racial issues have shifted so that people now realize the importance of each race in America and the combination of each one to form the American culture Therefore people who decide to adopt a child that is of a different race from what they are should not even allow racism to be a factor in their decision-making There is always going to be a difference in opinion about every issue it is inevitable In a country where interracial marriages are accepted interracial adoptions should be as well Nothing can replace the sense of love in a family for the adopted child and for the adopting parents Also interracial adoption benefits both the parents and the child by bridging the culture gap and allowing them to be more open with themselves and their identities Matching a child with parents of his own race is thought to be healthy because the child will know his own cultural background However if there is no matching parent available for the child it is not healthy to leave the child in an orphanage It is very crucial for the child to feel the love of a family especially in his early years At an orphanage a child may have the love of the people around him but never the love of a mother a father a brother or a sister That type of family-bonding love can never be substituted Having the love of a family gives the child a sense of belonging to someone and someone belongs to him With that feeling the
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