My Burdens as an Adoptee
I was born in Kentucky and only had about three days with my birth mother before I was put into foster care. While nine months pregnant with me, she had been apprehended by the police and forcibly hospitalized because she was homeless and suffering a psychotic episode.
Stuck In Racial Limbo
by Hazel Luo Yafang Livingston
Names have been changed. A few months ago, my friends and I were having a conversation about our experiences as people of color. From across the classroom, a friend of mine said, “It’s the ignorant people on the streets who annoy me the most.