ATR 41 – September 18, 2006 – Voicemail 206-203-3983 –

Jen and Carmen do a joint rant about the notion that nowadays, it’s people of color who are segregating themselves.

Carmen hosts a roundtable with Ji-in of Twice the Rice and Jae Ran Kim of Harlow’s Monkey, both of whom write extensively about international and transracial adoption. They discuss a variety of issues, including why children of color in a given culture/country being relinquished for adoption in the first place, why the “colorblind” approach to transracial adoption is so problematic, the prevalence of cultural appropriation, and much, much more.

We decided to go ahead and try out the live call-in show!
Date: TOMORROW Tuesday, September 19
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Topic: Gender wars in African-American and Asian-American communities
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5 thoughts on “ATR 41 – September 18, 2006 – Voicemail 206-203-3983 –”

  1. Re: The Jeffersons. Yes, both of the Willis children were the biological children of that couple. Why they didn’t use mixed actors, who knows — maybe to add some comedy/conflict. I do remember the son had difficulty when he tried to claim his blackness.

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