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    Transracial adoption can be defined as the placement of a child into a family of another racial background. In the United States and Canada, the majority of transracial adoptions involve the placement of a non-white child into a white family. Because of this, the practice has been called everything from "a little revolution" in improving race relations, to "cultural genocide" and another tendril of western colonialism. The placement of black children into white families has been the most common type of interracial adoption in the United States. Prior to World War II, race matching of child to family was standard and interracial adoption was unilaterally against the norms of segregated America, if not the laws. However, two things would lead to a change in these policies.
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    Brief History of Adoption in the United States | Adoption Network | Adoption Network

    While the practice of adoption has been around for millennia, the recent history of adoption in the United States can be tracked to the s, with the passage of the first "modern" adoption law in Massachusetts that recognized adoption as a social and legal process based on child welfare rather than adult interests. The s also began the era of the orphan trains that relocated children from New York to live with families throughout the United States and Canada. In this section, find information on the history of adoption practice in the United States, including major Federal legislation dating back to Children's Bureau publications from to It provides an overview of each act and its major provisions. To browse or search the summaries of acts included in this publication, visit the Major Federal Legislation Index and Search. The PDF version presents an overview of the legislative history of the included acts.
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    History of Adoption Practices in the United States

    Transracial adoption, also known as interracial adoption, is a sensitive yet important conversation within the foster care system. Until , United States law also saw it as a sensitive topic. MEPA was signed into law because discrimination towards transracial adoption is a direct violation of the Civil Rights Act of
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    Washington, D. The DPRS agreed to turn over to the Institute statistics for the next two years on the placement of children into adoptive homes. The State agreed to the settlement after the Institute filed suit on behalf of minority children whose adoptions were delayed or denied by DPRS because of their race. On April 13, , the Institute for Justice launched a nationwide challenge to racematching by state agencies and sought to establish a rule of law that racial discrimination in adoptions is unconstitutional. Its first two test cases were filed in Texas and Tennessee.
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