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Views on international adoption issues IS this in the best interests of the child?

I am just venting. I have no idea what is going on in this country when it comes to adoption. It is in the hands of people who, quite frankly do not understand anything. The constant negative dialogue that Social Workers and agencies blurt out intercountry adoption is not only appalling but it is criminal. Just today this is the converstations that I have been having:

"We started the process…

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Tranracial adoption and race

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All you want for Christmas....

Toward a Greater Understanding of International Adoption

Debbie Weinstock - Thursday, January 29, 2015

I wanted to share a few thoughts I had after reading the New York Times article, “Why a generation of adoptees is returning to South Korea” published on Sunday, January 14, 2015. 

Ba Vi, Vietnam Adoption: Happy and Healthy Child Living With HIV in the U.S.

Posted: 01/28/2015 10:24 am EST Updated: 01/28/2015 9:59 pm EST

Testimony from a grateful mother, November 2014


Academic look at international adoption

It is the greatest of ironies that Sweden, which has constructed a national identity based around myths of tolerance and…

Is this in a child's best interest?

This week is one for strange statements from adoption professionals and it is not surprising that adopters are feeling lost and confused.

6 Things Everyone Should Know to Say (or Not Say) About Adoption

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Understanding adoption

Should government make it easier for people to adopt children?

I'm going to be honest. Adoption is a lot of work. In certain ways we are just like other parents, offering care,…

Call for help for Ebola orphans

Hi Cecile,
How are you doing? I hope you have heard what the Ebola has caused in
Sierra Leone, Liberia and Guinea.

This has lead the loss of hundreds of families and leaving behind
children in need of love and care.
There are over 600 children now being orphaned completely and don't
have support in our operational areas in Sierra Leone and Liberia

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