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Racial/Ethnic Health Disparities
CDC Press Release For too many racial and ethnic minorities in the United States, good health is elusive and access to health promotion and prevention programs and appropriate healthcare are often relative to economic status, race or ethnicity, gender, education, disability, geographic location or... Connecting with a Culture
Twelve years passed between the moment I announced that I intended to adopt and the day I submitted my adoption application. About eight of those years were spent in pursuit of a doctorate, then searching for a job. But for another chunk of that time-at least a year-I was pursuing the possibility... Sweeney, Warren and Mary
Selected by Representative Christopher Smith In 1994, Mary and Warren Sweeney chose adoption to begin their family. Within the first months of that decision, they learned of Healing the Children (HTC), a nonprofit organization that brings children to the United States to receive medical care... International Adoption - Dominican Republic
DISCLAIMER: The information in this circular relating to the legal requirements of specific foreign countries is provided for general information only. Questions involving interpretation of specific foreign laws should be addressed to foreign counsel. Prospective Adoptive parents are advised to...
Resource Tuesday – World Vision
October 30, 2007, 6:16 am
Our family has a sponsored child living in Ethiopia through the World Vision program. An eight-year-old petite girl named Anyme. As with all large agencies, I am sure that they have their negative attributes. However, we can see that our sponsored daughter is receiving an education and needed... Anti-adoption fallout: Shades of gray
August 16, 2007, 5:08 am
In a previous post , I was writing again about how dangerous fallout from unaddressed anti-adoption sentiment can be, and how easily it creeps into shouting headlines tainting the whole process as those uninvolved and easily misinformed absorb the message without processing the... Ann Fessler, twin transplants, a drug raid, and HIV/AIDS
July 20, 2007, 5:16 am
Ann Fessler , author of the eye-opening account of unwed mothers in the time between the end of WWII and Roe v. Wade, "The Girls Who Went Away ", has been touring with her book through Minnesota .
As should happen, she's getting press along the way , and reaction to the press, like this...
Dominican Republic - Mixed In Different Shades
Chapter looking at the Dominican Republic. With 73% of the population self-identifying as of mixed heritage, the Dominican Republic probably has the highest concentration of mixed heritage people in the world. It suffers from the bad reputation of being a racist society particularly to their ...
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