Another article in the continuing series on international adoption by the New York Times, this one about Ethiopian adoption.
[Not to say I find this article lacking in facts, but I find it very interesting that an article written about transracial and transnational adoption, where adult adoptees (including myself) were interviewed, was shelved due to editorial (sub)
ob jectivity. Yet these articles, written from the adoptive parent/agency p.o.v. keep churning out. Hm. So who says the NYT is the hallmark of fair and objective reporting?]