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Disrupting Kinship: Transnational Politics of Korean Adoption in the United States - Adoptee Reading
Since the Korean War began, Western families have adopted more than 200,000 Korean children. Two thirds of these adoptees found homes in the United States. The majority joined white families and in the process forged a new kind of transnational and transracial kinship. Kimberly D. McKee examines the growth ofRead More →