OK...I'm not really sure how to word this..I hope not to offend anyone. That being said, here is my situation. My husband and I have two children that we adopted who are biological siblings. They are biracial (caucasian/african american). One of them presents as black, the other, white. My husband, myself, and our three other children are white. We live in a school district that is not very diverse. How do I help my four year old not feel different than everyone else? How do I, as a white person, help him to be raised into a strong, proud black man? Also, how do I explain to his sister that she is biracial even though she doesn't look it? (she is only two).... any suggestions would be appreciated, books, etc... thanks for your help.
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