Learn with us as we explore what modern adoption means for all involved

Podcasts

The Adopted Life, hosted by Angela Tucker: a podcast that explores what it means to be a transracial adoptee in modern America, from the perspective of adoptees.

Maybe a Baby, hosted by Brennan and Christa: these two hopeful adoptive parents share everything about their journey through the adoption process, from the very beginning. (This is not to be confused with the podcast Maybe Baby, which is not quite related.)

Creating a Family, hosted by an organization of the same name: the episodes of this podcast cover a broad range of topics related to adoption. This series also explores topics related to infertility, which isn't relevant to us but is a big issue for hopeful adoptive families.

Books

All You Can Ever Know, by Nicole Chung. This memoir explores the author's identity as a transracial, transnational adoptee, and lays bare how she grapples with what it was like to be raised in White, "colorblind" culture with no good answers about her first family.

Surviving the White Gaze, by Rebecca Carroll.