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This study explores the notion of racial empathy and whether or not the nonadopted white siblings in transracially adoptive families develop the ability to empathize within the context of race. Specifically, I look at the following three questions: Do white siblings who have black adopted siblings develop racial empathy-the ability for one to personally identify with racially sensitive issues that affect persons of a separate racial category-toward blacks outside of their family by virtue offatcat:gwngyzbamberjbnatbrgg3khb4