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Episode 4: The Dangers of a “Color Blind” Philosophy

By June 7, 2016January 3rd, 2023The Forgotten Podcast
Maralee Bradley

"We, as adoptive parents of kids of color, have got to be aware that the world is going to see them differently."

In this episode, you’ll discover the dangers of a “color blind” philosophy, and the value of your child’s story.

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Maralee Bradley

Meet Our Guest

Maralee Bradley and her husband became house parents at a children’s home almost immediately after their wedding and over the course of five years, they cared for 17 boys. Now they parent their six children, four who were adopted (one internationally, three through foster care) and two who were biological surprises! Her honesty and passion will encourage and challenge you!

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