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Sightseeing in Brazil Rio Grande Rio Grande do Norte Rio Grande do Norte Rio Grande do Norte is the land of the sun. There are beaches with white sand, dunes, coconut plantations and too much peace. A place to rest and admire the beauty of the place. Over there, the summer lasts...
Scrapbooking: Capturing Your Child's Journey Through Life
Adoptive families are often advised to make lifebooks for their children. I had read about lifebooks while waiting to adopt my daughter Emily from Brazil and was immediately attracted to the idea. Lifebooks were developed by social workers in the 1970s to help children moving through the foster... Viral Hemorrhagic Fever(s)
Description Viral hemorrhagic fevers are a group of febrile illnesses caused by several distinct families of viruses, all of which are enveloped and have RNA genomes. These groups include Ebola and Marburg viruses; Lassa fever virus, and the New World arenaviruses (Guaranito, Machupo, Junin,... Argentina: About the Country
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A NewsWeek Article On Race
September 7, 2009, 5:37 am
Someone in my the Yahoo group from my adoption agency, shared this NewsWeek article with us this morning. A good article in my opinon. I have always thought that trying to teach your children to be "color blind" is not a realisitic thing to do. To further put myself our for flaming, I also think... Black and White vs. White and Black
April 30, 2009, 1:09 am
This past weekend, I read this Newsweek article , about a black family who adopted a white girl, Katie. Briefly, the girl had been in 12 different foster homes before finding her new family. The article focuses on how much negativity the family has experienced from people both white and black.... Coming Soon: Princess Tiana
September 28, 2009, 6:06 am
I'm at Disneyland this week! Disneyland is glutted with Halloween merchandise, including $65.00 princess costumes. Among them is Princess Tiana. You haven't heard of Princess Tiana? She's the first African American Disney Princess.
It may have all started with a petition that made the rounds...
Stories About "Brazil"
From Mexico to the USA
My adoption story starts in Mexicali, Baja California. I was 1 year old and my parents had been killed in a robbery at a local convenience store. I had no relatives so a monestary took me in. I... Met My Mother after 31 Years
My mother was 13 years old and she was abused and got pregnant. When I was born, her family told her I was dead, and I actually went for adoption. I was adopted at 10 days old and my parents were...
"Brazil" on Adoption.com
Brazil Adoption - International, Agencies, Programs, Information
This program is: open. Adoption from Brazil can be a very lengthy process. Children available for adoption to the U.S. are generally between the ages of 9 and 12, sibling groups, special needs, mixed race, and reside in orphanages.
Brazil: Geography, People, Government, Economy, Communications
Here's where you can find all of your basic information about Brazil and how to adopt from Brazil
International Adoption - Adopting from Brazil
Resources and information for present and future adoptive parents of children from Brazil including agencies, legal considerations, and procedures
Brazil: History, Historical Facts, Figures, Information about
Here's where you can find an in-depth view of Brazil's rich history
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Brazil Travel Information and Travel Guide - Lonely Planet
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Catholic church excommunicates Brazil priest for liberal ...
In a statement released late on Monday, the priest's diocese said Father Roberto Francisco Daniel, known to local parishioners as Padre Beto, had "in the name of 'freedom of expression' betrayed the promise of fealty to the Church." The priest "injured the Church with grave statements ...
Brazil - U.S. Department of State
The United States and Brazil have traditionally enjoyed cooperative, active relations encompassing a broad political and economic agenda. The United States was the first country to recognize Brazil's independence from Portugal in 1822, and as the two largest democracies and economies in the Western