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Kayla, 16, is a friendly and engaging girl who thrives on individual attention. She is skilled at sports — especially basketball and baseball — and is interested in art and music. Her dream is to become a nurse.
Sisters Zadalynn, 13, and Zhaquandria, 11, are social girls who enjoy spending time with friends. Brother Zack, 12, is a respectful young man who takes pride in his school performance and enjoys sports.
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How do you have 'the talk' with your black child if you're not black yourself? Two white adoptive parents share their experience on PRI’s The Takeway.
Voice for Adoption awards honor states, organizations and individuals for providing critical post-adoptive support or for overcoming geographic boundaries in placing children. Nominate a state, organization, or individual and see a list of past honorees at their website.
Each summer, hundreds of siblings who have been separated while in foster care spend a precious week together at camps run by Camp to Belong in nine states. KOMO News interviewed children at the Washington state camp.
Policy recommendations crafted by foster care alumni participating in the Congressional Coalition on Adoption Institute's summer internship program are spotlighted in a series of articles in The Chronicle of Social Change.