Do White Families Need "Special Training" Before Adopting Black Children?

In 1994, a federal law was passed to help increase the number of black children being adopted — by making it easier for them to be placed with white parents. But a new report, released today found that despite the Multiethnic Placement Act (MEPA), black children still disproportionately end up in temporary foster… »5/27/08 11:30am5/27/08 11:30am