Myths, stereotypes, and tropes that are used to demonize or demean adult adopted people like me, with a focus on adoptees in the United States.
If you are involved in adoptee rights work or in adoption reform, please sign on to support Rhode Island SB250/HB6189.
As we move into a critical period in many state legislative sessions—and as the U.S. Congress essentially moves forward with a new session—here’s where we stand and what all of us can do today.
How current U.S. immigration law has failed intercountry adoptees.
This time, I will jump in a frozen Minnesota lake and donate $500 to charity if I am wrong.
Bills in Arizona, Idaho, and Tennessee are up for consideration in committee this week, plus bills in Iowa and Mississippi are facing critical deadlines.
The updated report covers the beginning of Florida adoption law in 1885 and provides a more than 100-year timeline of adoptee rights in the state.
Hawai’i has been reclassified as a state with compromised rights for adult adoptees. Here’s why.
Suddenly, intercountry adoption is a cudgel and a political tool in the debate over the Supreme Court nomination of Judge Amy Coney Barrett. Educate yourself first.
Mandating a single solution in the form of a badly thought-through integrated birth certificate? That’s wrong, and I reject it.