Proud SA parent shows off her kids who have embraced their diversity

Proud SA parent shows off her kids who have embraced their diversity

- A South African parent adopted kids from diverse racial backgrounds

- The parent shared photos of the kids on Facebook and urged people to embrace diversity

- The happy family painted a picture of the much-vaunted rainbow nation

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A South African parent took to Facebook recently to proudly share photos of her adopted kids from diverse backgrounds.

The unnamed parent shared the photos on Positive Racial Testimonies in SA's Facebook page, Briefly.co.za gathered.

The images showed the kids happily posing, interacting, and playing with one another. It is indeed a family that reflects the much-vaunted ideal of the rainbow nation.

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The parent accompanied the snaps with a heartwarming caption:

I rarely post about my kids, for private reasons; but I am so super proud of them! They are true, natural South African kids, despite everything.
Just like me and many of us, they have a story to tell. So this is a dedication to them and every kid out there who adopted and embraced our diversity...
Who see our differences as a blessing. Who are not dictated or influenced by a society [that] wants to divide us as a nation.

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More and more parents in South Africa and around the world are promoting and embracing diversity through adoption.

Briefly.co.za recently reported the story of American author Jen Hatmaker and her husband Brandon who adopted a son and daughter from Ethiopia.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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