Birthright by Katherine Raul
We live in a time where the definition and dynamics of family are rapidly changing. For Alice, the mother of a biracial child, these dynamics are even more complicated. As she struggles to learn the meaning of motherhood, she must also accept her own limitations as an ally. In the end, she is forced to consider the paradox that being related doesn’t always mean she can relate to the struggles of her own daughter.
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