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She's brown, he's Black and they want to adopt. They assume they'll be matched with a Black or brown baby and feel less prepared for what actually happens.
What do the COVID "numbers" tell us this month?
Divya Kumar reflects on her childhood being brown in a white community and how her experiences have informed what she wants for her children.
Past editions of COVID 19, In Colors, By the Numbers - monthly spanning back to April 2020.
The COVID-19 crisis is hurting us all, but it’s not hurting us all equally. News links on the impact of COVID-19 on Black, Indigenous and People of Color and other racialized communities. Regularly updated.
The story of a mother and her daughters confronting white supremacy in the doll aisle at Target.
Helpful resources that center the needs of Black, Indigenous and People of Color and other racialized communities most impacted by this COVID-19 crisis.