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Adoption Truth and Transparency Worldwide Information Network has left an indelible mark in adoption advocacy and literature. Through their riveting memoirs, Twins Found in a Box: Adapting to Adoption and The Search for Mother Missing: A Peek Inside International Adoption, by Janine Vance, they offer readers a glimpse into their own extraordinary journey of adoption, along with the intricate layers of emotion, challenges, and triumphs that accompany it. Janine’s memoirs provide a rare and heartfelt insight into the complexities of adoption, adoption identity, and the enduring quest for truth and transparency within the adoption industry. The Vance Twins‘ tireless dedication to promoting adoptee rights and human rights has been a driving force in reshaping the adoption narrative and empowering adopted individuals worldwide. Their books stand as powerful testaments to their commitment to change and the unyielding belief that every adopted person’s story deserves to be told and heard.
Adoption Talk After Hours, the forum initiated by the co-founders of Adoption Truth and Transparency, serves as a vital platform where individuals who are not adopted can seek answers to their questions about adoption. It’s also a hub for discussions on global adoption news and various adoption-related issues. This public forum encourages dialogue, understanding, and the exchange of diverse perspectives, fostering a community where knowledge is shared and insights are gained. It’s a space that bridges the gap between adopted and non-adopted individuals, ensuring that everyone has the opportunity to engage, learn, and contribute to the adoption discourse. Adoption Talk After Hours embodies the core principles of truth and transparency, advocating for a more informed and empathetic world when it comes to adoptee rights and human rights.
Adoption Truth Rare Adoption Books for Adults is dedicated to empowering adopted individuals by providing a fearless platform for their voices to be heard. Through a variety of mediums, including our inaugural publication, Adoptionland: From Orphans to Activists, and the Korean anthology, The “Unknown” Culture Club: Korean Adoptees, Then and Now, we strive to expand the adoption narrative and unite passionate activists. These books not only offer a unique perspective but also connect those who’ve walked similar paths, fostering a supportive community of equal rights advocates. Our latest addition, available on audio, “Adoption: What You Should Know (What Adoption Agencies Won’t Tell You),” sheds light on a topic often obscured by antiquated adoption laws. We stand unwaveringly for human rights and the freedom to connect with our blood-related families.
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