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We Are Domestic, Late-Discovery, Transracial, International Adoptees, Parents, and Family Members Separated by Adoption.

Adoption Truth & Transparency Worldwide Information Network

Hello! So glad you are here. We are a unique activist organization that uses various mediums to fulfill its mission to find resources, critique adoption policies and procedures, raise awareness, and share diverse adoption experiences. Simply put, our goal is to create a place that gives a well-rounded perspective on the adoption processes and policies.

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About the Co-Founders

 The Unspoken Truth Behind Adoption...

Adoption From a Human Rights Stance


Books on Adoption

Co-Founders

"How and Why We Started a Movement for Social Justice"

"Today, there are more than 8000 members from around the world. For some of us, we don't need to discuss anything. Like twins, we just "know." There is a bond based on shared experience, yet unique and diverse experiences that come with being adopted." - Author, Janine Vance

Vance Twins Co-Founders of Adoption Truth and Transparency Worldwide Information Network
Vance Twins, Executive Contributors at Brainz Magazine.

The Adoption Discourse Unveiled

Challenging Mainstream Narratives

We Turned Adoption UpSide Down

"The adopted person's voice is the most powerful in adoption. Yet, it is the most overlooked." - Vance Twins

ONLY IN ADOPTION BLOG

Empowerment Rooted in the Law of Nature. 


Master Adoption: Empowerment Rooted in the Law of Nature, by Janine Myung Ja
I learned a lot from this book...
This book is unique and rare on internal empowerment, especially since I am adopted. These are perspectives I never thought about when thinking about my adoption, and they helped me to understand and validate how I was feeling inside. I learned about my human rights in this book.
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Adoption Truth and Transparency Worldwide Information Network (ATTWIN) consists of local and global individuals and families separated by adoption. We are a community that stands in solidarity with one another on the issue of human rights. This peer support group was initiated on November 5th, 2011.

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Adoption Truth and Transparency Quotes

The Hidden Side of Adoption

After Years of Forced "POSITIVITY"

IT'S TIME TO BE REAL

Why We Don't Buy Into Adoption

Everyone Can Know Your Back Story Except You.

Rare Adoption Books

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Master Adoption: Claim Your Authentic Power, By Rev. Dr. Janine Vance

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What are Adoption Truth members saying?


United States

"We spend our whole lives explaining and justifying. This is a place we don't have to do that and can focus on our own pain and extend our understanding." - Marty Meyers

New Zealand

"I love the spaces where we can speak without hesitancy & without all the opposing voices. The non-adopted will never understand our stance in all its varying degrees & with their personal bias." - Gillian Moynihan

Guatemala

"From my experience, I believe that Adoption Truth & Transparency is essential for my fellow adopted individuals to overcome his or her obstacles and to support one another to seek Truth, Justice, and Peace." - Osmin Tobar

China

"Being able to ask questions in an adoptee-centric network without adoptive parents intervening can be lifesaving." - Jackie Park

Should We have the same rights as all other humans?

Gain a Bird's-Eye View

on the hidden side of the practice here.

A Rare Adoption History Book

Knowledge is Power

Knowledge is Power
Shhh...Information the agencies don't want you to know...

CoFounders

Adoption Truth and Transparency Worldwide Information Network co-founder
Adoption Truth and Transparency Worldwide Information Network co-founder

Featured Members

Adoption Truth and Transparency Worldwide Information Network - Arun Dohle
Adoption Truth and Transparency Worldwide Information Network - Amy Barker D'Alessandro and Jennifer Joy Phoenix
Adoption Truth and Transparency Worldwide Information Network
Adoption Truth and Transparency Worldwide Information Network - Tyler Graf
Adoption Truth and Transparency Worldwide Information Network - Osmin Tobar
Adoption Truth and Transparency Worldwide Information Network - Gustavo Tobar
Adoption Truth and Transparency Worldwide Information Network - Renee Gelin
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Adoption Truth and Transparency Worldwide Information Network - Melisa Trejo
Adoption Truth and Transparency Worldwide Information Network - Rachel Krohn
Adoption Truth and Transparency Worldwide Information Network - Kat Nielsen
Adoption Truth and Transparency Worldwide Information Network - Leslie Mackinnon
Adoption Truth and Transparency Worldwide Information Network - Maline Caroll
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Do you believe adopted people should have the same rights as non-adopted people? Would information on your biological family's existence have prompted you to wonder about them or look for them as an adult? Should the adoption contract continue to solely be between the adoption facilitator and the applicants (adoptive parents)? Or should you be given the opportunity to be informed and also sign the adoption contract based on your interest in the matter? Do you believe it is ethical for missionaries to advertise children overseas as "orphans" even though the children come from families? Questions like these are asked in this "Only in Adoption" Survey for adoptees only.
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Adoption Survey for Adopted People Only