When I question how I could have both been helped and hurt by white privilege, it is the same type of reflection that I must conduct when I think about the ways in which I have both gained and lost so much through my adoption. The ability to not think in simple polarities has shaped and defined my maturation and has been a liberating discovery.
by Ollin Montes – originally published in Gazillion Voices Magazine, 2014 My love affair began in second grade. This relationship started with playful cuddling on comfy chairs during reading time […]
by Selena Pruitt — Paraguayan adoptee, teacher, incredibly funny friend Originally published in Gazillion Voices Magazine, 2014. The year I was born, the name ‘Sarah’ was the fifth most popular […]
Originally published in Gazillion Voices Magazine, 2014: Home. It’s a word that brings a smile to many and is supposed to offer a sense of warmth and comfort. But identifying […]
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Originally published in Gazillion Voices Magazine | November 11, 2014 In a recent article, CNN reports that an estimated 5 million children around the world have been born as a […]