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The problem you’re Original Bluey Bandit I’ve Been Called A Lot Of Names In My Lifetime But Dad Is My Favorite Shirt expressed is far from the only issue and I recognize we have a long way to go. Black identity is not revocable or deniable. Really it’s just based on the common black experience. They aren’t going to make black children white through the power of will and that girl is bound to recognize her foster parents’ efforts for what they are given time. I’m very sorry to hear that because I’m sure it’s a hard situation for all involved or related. Do you think it would be appropriate to express your perspective to those kids? It can be really meaningful for children and teens to hear some opinions besides what they are exposed to in the family home.
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