Growing up with someone else's name

Otherhood
Maya Rogers-Bursen, 26, holds her old Indian passport and a newer American one, each with different names.

Maya Rogers-Bursen, 26, holds her old Indian passport and a newer American one, each with different names. 

Rupa Shenoy

In an era of Trump-fueled identity politics, some brown adopted kids of white parents are reconsidering where they stand.