We need to encourage more adoptions or build alliances or funds for adoption within the same race, or some type of social services to help young mothers or exception cases to help the mothers to keep their own children. I am Asian and I have seen many Koreans, Chinese children adopted by American parents in NYC , most are who wished to have their own children but couldn't or wanted more. As a mother, it must have been hard to see and trying to understand what undercircumstances that the mother or parent gave up their own children ( were they too young or too poor to raise their own children ? ) or could it be the health and social issues?, It is definitely un natural settings, I often noticed that those children were looking at me with their own question marks on their eyes. Why are they walking with caucasion parents etc. Though I am sure that many can provide with much better standard of livings, and educations. Some we may never known how they were raised. A lot of those parents discouaged the adopted children to interact or social with their previous families and same ethenics. Another type of adoptions I have seen are from offer the free education to poor families but in exchange to convert the religious to either muslims or christians. I encouage more American Indians and Asian societies to praise or awards to those who adopt many children of their own races. It is sad to learn from adoption lawyers that in practice, money can buy any type of babies you desire, colors, sex, characters.. etc. I don't know about others, but I really felt pathetic to actors who adopted children all around the world as the symbols that money can buy anythings. Most of us just didn't talked about and let the medias gave the wrong values to the society. Last, I don't watch Dr. Phil all the times. what was the message that you want to relay ? please elaborate more,thank you. I am older now and have a few children of my own, it was hard but I am going to rethink or help more adoption to keep people within their own races.
Wednesday, December 26, 2012 - 04:10