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Inside Transracial Adoption is an accessible, authoritative guide on how to navigate the challenges that parents can face with the adoption of a child from a different race and culture. It is an invaluable guide for parents - whether considering transracial adoption for the first time or experienced veterans - or the people who support them.
Beth Hall is the white adoptive mother of a Latina daughter and an African American son, both now adults, and grew up with an adopted sister. Beth is currently the Director of Pact, An Adoption Alliance. She lives in Oakland, California, with her husband Ted, and their children when they are home visiting. She is a nationally known advocate for adopted children of color who regularly lectures and leads workshops on ethical, non-racist adoption practices. In 2010 she received the Outstanding Practitioner in Adoption Award from the Adoption Initiative at St. John's University. Gail Steinberg is the adoptive mother of four grown daughters and sons. Her multiracial family has Korean/Native American, African American and white members. She has six grandchildren and lives in Oakland, California. Beth and Gail co-founded Pact, An Adoption Alliance, in 1991 to combat the discrimination they witnessed against adopted children of color and their birth families. Pact is a non-profit organization whose mission is to serve adopted children of color. In order to best serve children's needs, Pact provides not only adoptive placement but lifelong education, support, and community for adoptees and their families on issues of adoption and race. Find out more at www.pactadopt.org.