Being Anti-Racist: A Critical Way to Support Children of Color in Foster Care and Adoption
Transracial parents, service providers, educators, and others must lean into their personal discomfort and learn to have conversations about race and institutional racism, and work at becoming an anti-racist. Each of us must be committed to taking action on behalf of children of color to ensure not just their safety, but their well-being. For children in foster care and adoption, developing a strong and positive identity is an essential component of well-being.
Read more about being anti-racist and supporting children of color by reading this article by the North American Council on Adoptable Children here.