To the White Momma of a Black Child

Media outlets remind us of the inequality and injustices facing children of color every day. And every day, as a white mother in a transracial family, my heart sinks. This letter was written to moms like me, who wonder and worry how–or if–their children will make it in a world where so many people who look them don’t. While coming to grips with the racial divide in this country is a heavy load for me to carry, I fully acknowledge this weight is nothing compared to those who live and experience it every day.

To the white Momma of a black child,

Hi, friend.

We may not know each other, but I understand the worry deep within your heart.

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Rachel Skousen

Rachel has a long-held passion for adoption that was sealed through her work as the Content Manager at adoption.com. She is a mom to two boys and loves reading and napping in her spare time.

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