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On the other hand, it is equally important for parents to recognize that no matter how immersed they become in the black experience, they can never become black. Keeping this in mind, they should avoid the pitfalls of trying to practice an all-black lifestyle, for Legal Status, History, and Review of Empirical Work it, too, is unrealistic in the long run, since their family includes blacks and whites and should therefore be part of the larger black and white society. 28 All the families lived in Wisconsin.
105. 13. Amuzie Chimuzie, “Transracial Adoption of Black Children,” Social Work (July 1975): 296–301. 14. Evelyn Moore, “Black Children Facing Adoption Barriers,” NASW News (April 1984): 9. 15. Ibid. 16. , 10. 17. , 11. 18. ” Ebony (September 1987): 78. 19. , 1986. 20. Homes for Black Children (winter 1989). 21. , 1987. 22. , “Interracial Adoptions Wrong, Says Official,” St. Louis Post Dispatch, 9 November 1991. 23. Child Welfare League of America, Standards for Adoption Service (New York, 1988).
At the university you are now attending, in your opinion is the institution addressing its social climate, specifically focusing on racial and ethnic matters? I don’t know because the events that most of the students attend are sponsored by student organizations. If the student organization is all black or if the student organization is all white, then they are appealing to their own clientele. Each organization advertises differently and to different groups. I’m sure the university recognizes that the campus is segregated.