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Like Colin Kaepernick, I Wish My Adoptive Family Had Talked About Race


"When our adoptive parents do not properly prepare us for a racialized world, we are left playing a game of catch-up."

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Anti-Asian violence creates a void for non-Asian parents of Asian adoptees


Following the Atlanta spa shootings in March, many Asian adoptees reported feeling unable to express their fear and sadness to their white families. Adoption agencies are trying to bridge the gap.

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Lancaster ready to welcome Afghan refugees, help resettle in Central PA


Afghan refugees have begun resettling in Central Pennsylvania. “Hope, as folks now have the opportunity to begin new lives in safety,” Church World Service Lancaster Development and Communications Coordinator Rachel Helwig tells CBS 21 News’ Samantha York. “Whether it’s, you know, neighbors from around the world who may have been living in a refugee camp for 10 to 15 years or new neighbors from Afghanistan who may have been living on, you know, U. S.

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GVSU graduate helping hundreds of Afghan refugees transition to area


The 2014 graduate understands the journey ahead for Afghans&#x3b; he was once a refugee.

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New State Website Launched to Organize Volunteer Support for Afghan Arrivals

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Governor Gretchen Whitmer, the Office of Global Michigan and the Michigan Community Service Commission are in need of volunteers to help ease the transition of approximately 1,300 Afghans that are expected to resettle in Michigan within the coming months. The Michigan Department of Labor and Economic Opportunity says a new website has been launched where Michiganders can find volunteer opportunities...

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Bethany Christian Services: Family Changes Everything

Bethany Christian Services: Family Changes Everything

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