Someone get them an Adoptive Parent of the Year Award. They are involved with international adoption and yet make a living selling golliwog dolls. Read the History section and marvel at how they erase the history of racism surrounding golliwogs.
“The Paper argues that our main stages (most in particularly, Sydney’s main stages), are horrifyingly devoid of non-white faces…Lewis offers a great deal of sound evidence for the argument of incidental discrimination. Unintended. Unintentional.”
“In “Arctic Son,” the clash of tradition and modernity puts a Native father and son at odds in the remote village of Old Crow, 80 miles above the Arctic Circle. Stanley Jr., raised in Seattle, is drifting deeper into drinking and partying…”
“The situation in Vietnam is typical of the shifting international adoption landscape, in which local conditions in various countries — including their economies, bureaucracies, rates of domestic adoptions … — are in constant flux.”