A new report suggests that colorblind adoption leaves white parents unprepared to raise black children. Parents may not be mentally ready or have the appropriate social tools to parent children of a different race from their own. In turn, youngsters may experience social and psychological problems later in life. What does this mean for 1994's Multiethnic Placement Act, which says adoptive parents cannot request a specific race for their children? The Takeaway talks about these issues with a transracial family.
Guests: Judy Stigger, who adopted two biracial children in the 70s, and her son, Aaron Stigger.