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There are more than 2 million adopted children living in the United States. (US Census 2000)

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$100-$149 10%
$150-$199 15%
$200+ 20%
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Conspicuous Families

Conspicuous Families

Adopting a child of a different race or ethnicity presents challenges families may not expect.  Sharing in the wisdom and collective experiences of adopted persons and adoptive parents with transracial families, this course will help parents considering adopting a child of a different race or ethnicity than their own:

  • Learn new skills for responding to hurtful and insensitive comments
  • Understand how your reactions and answers impact and teach your child
  • Examine the diversity in their life and learn strategies to expand it
  • Share in the wisdom and collective experiences of adopted persons and adoptive parents with transracial families

This product is part of the following packages:

Domestic Infant Adoption Package - 16 Credit Hours

A comprehensive set of courses to help prospective adoptive parents understand the joys and challenges of domestic adoption. 20% discount when you purchase as a package!

Hague Package - China Edition

This package includes 8 courses for a total of 12 credit hours of training on topics required for adoption from China by the Hague Convention.  22% discount when you purchase as a package!

Hague Package

This package includes 5 courses for a total of 10 credit hours of training on topics required for international adoption by the Hague Convention.  17% discount when you purchase as a package.

Conspicuous Families
Credit Hours: 1.5
$30.00
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Recorded Webinar

Black Child-White Parent

Black Child-White Parent

In this webinar, The Cradle’s Our Children initiative brings together a panel to share share how listening to the news about racial tension in America today affects them as a parent of a Black child.

We discuss how White parents’ privilege can extend to their child when they are together, but when alone, the privilege is gone for their child. We talk about what parents are doing to connect to their child’s culture and community and if they have significant relationships with adults within their child’s racial/ethnic groups. Finally, how parents respond to people who say “race is a non-issue”, “we don’t see color in this house” or “race doesn’t matter and all you need is love”.

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