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Intercultural Adoption

A couple of decades ago, families who adopted children of a different race were unusual enough to be called "rainbow families." Now interracial families barely raise any notice. But they are not without conflict--from outside and within. WKSU's Mark Urycki looks at intercultural adoption...

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