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Table Of Contents
Preface, by Rhonda M. RoordaAcknowledgmentsPart I. Argument, Rhetoric, and Data for and Against Transracial Adoption Legal Status, History, and Review of Empirical WorkPart II. Siblings Tell Their Stories IntroductionShecara's Siblings: Dan Baker and Tom BakerLaurie's Sibling: Adam GoffChantel's and Nicolle's Siblings: Scott Tremitiere and Michelle ZechRachel's Siblings: Kathy Mulder, Mary Ann Pals, and Lynn MillerRhonda's Siblings: Christopher Duffy Roorda and Jean RoordaKeith's Sibling: Hilary TomassonDaniel's Siblings: Yvonne Thornton, Annette VanVoorst, and Michelle MennegaTage's Sibling: Anika Larsen David's Siblings: Chuck Adams and Mike AdamsPete's Sibling: Catherine TylerBritton's Siblings: Amanda Perry and Seth PerryPart III. Implications of Siblings' Voices on Transracial Adoption Closing CommentsAfterword, by Rhonda M. Roorda
Rita J. Simon is a University Professor in the School of Public Affairs and the Washington College of Law at American University in Washington, D.C. She has published forty-three books, edited nineteen, and is currently the editor of Gender Issues. Rhonda M. Roorda was adopted into a white family and raised in the Washington, D.C., metropolitan area. The author of a chapter in the Handbook of Adoption: Implications for Researchers, Practitioners, and Families, she currently works at an educational advocacy organization in Lansing, Michigan.