The Interracial Mix for a Purer Race
"Black children belong in black homes even if white families are capable and willing to raise them." How is it that Americans can expect racial development, if people such as the National Association of Black Social Workers, a black advocacy group started to address social issues for blacks, are willing to remark in such a way to the idea of interracial adoption? One can fall into the ideas of the NABSW, but in reality people must realize that interracial adoption is a factor in the growth and progression of not only the United States, but of the entire world, and for that reason interracial adoption should be accepted and encouraged. In a racially mixed family, an interracially adopted child is…show more content…
Racially mixed people are meant to prove that they are good enough for society, and in reality, society chooses who that interracially adopted child is going to be. Because interracially adopted children will one day be part of the competitive social market, society makes it difficult for these children to realize that one day they can be successful. Starting in school, some children are isolated because they may not really belong to a certain race on its own. Never realizing that a mixed child can actually be part of whatever race he relates to, the child may take such actions such as isolation, and self destruct. Along with comments such as "black children belong in black homes" society sets trends like the highest number of adoptive children are black, but the highest numbers of adopted children are white. The statistics of more adopted white children demonstrates the favoritism of white children over any other race, and helps build a personal pain on those children that are not adopted, because of their race. Although it is hard to accept others making decisions for one, interracially adopted children, and all others must recognize that society chooses what a person's racial identity is, and should be embraced because society needs more diverse people.
Society's choice for a person is based on race, but a person's race is hereditary, consequently an interracially adopted child can be