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More Black American Children Being Adopted Overseas

Over the past decade, there has been an increase in the amount of American children being adopted overseas and almost all of them have been Black, according to adoption attorneys. Parents who give up their children to live abroad say they feel their kids will face less racism and discrimination in another country. (Photo: Ann Marie Kurtz/Getty Images)

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