Sue is rare in her ability to create narratives that are both raw and honest while also being instructive in the deepest sense. If you pay attention, you will gain insight into the truest aspects of the intersection of race, adoption and humanity in the context of transracial adoption. Take the opportunity to be moved and educated about how to be a better parent and better child welfare advocate.
Pact Says: These intimate narratives address the deepest experiences of race, culture, identity and self esteem in a very personal way that is both brilliant and joyful. Every person, parent and professional working in or touched by adoption should read this.