Asian Adoptees at College Share Their Stories in Video

Twenty students at Macalester College have come together to form the Transracial and Transnational Adoptee Identity Collective. The collective is a space for talking about our unique identities as People Of Color and adoptees and how that affects our lives both at school and at home. Some adoptees face the challenge of feeling isolated in all white families but are disconnected from the POC communities as well. Needless to say, all of our stories are different. In this video, two founders of the collective tell their stories of adoption and why this group is important to them.