“This 1926 Eugenics Exhibits Sums Up What the Elite Think About You and Your Family”

Aside from the Eugenics Record Office set up at Cold Spring Harbor on Long Island, the movement would train and send case workers around the country to take family pedigrees and compile data used to argue who had good breeding or not and who deserved the right to reproduce or not.  They set up exhibits […]

We are still here

I wrote the following preface for my anthology TWO WORLDS: Lost Children of the Indian Adoption Projects: EXCERPT: All of our lives the adoptees in this book have lived under an “adoptee stigma” of assimilation. We are often called transracial adoptees because we were raised outside our culture and by non-Indian parents. With a book, […]