Adoption Talk After Hours

These books give rare insight you probably won't find anywhere else--because those who profit don't want you to know. We all know that all we need to do is follow the money. When we know more, we are empowered to stand for what is rightfully ours--not just for ourselves, but for fellow humans and future generations.

What Do the Twins Talk About Behind Closed Doors

A rare interview with co-founders of Adoption Truth & Transparency Worldwide Information Network & the Author of Rare Adoption Books for Adults.

Secret Interview
Excerpts From Adoption Books for Adults


‘If you’re adopted, you have rights.’
In all of these stories, the ‘commerce’ of adoption facilitators and the social system, in general, is examined, finding that there are many cases of ‘problematic adoption situations’ that disavow the rights of adoptees to know their biologic parents – and a similar barricade for some biologic parents who wish to know the position of their children placed in adoption."

Grady Harp

Excellently written and researched, Adoption Stories, by Janine Myung Ja is fascinating, as each adult tells their story of what adoption meant to them.

JoJo Maxson


Validation

For many years, adopted people have just dealt with such matters alone, not knowing that all of us, as a community, have a great deal in common.

Korean Adoption Stories

Global Adoption Stories

Empowerment

Adoptee Rights = Human Rights

Research

A RARE DEEP DIVE


Adventure

Americanized ’72: A Generation-X Coming-of-Age (& Identity) Adoption Story

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This book opens the reader to unique yet universal family relationships and may make you think twice about who you truly are underneath the layers of society's preconceived notions. Anyone navigating family relationships and the misunderstandings that come with the territory—whether American or not—will be able to identify with this family's challenging dynamics.


The Search for Mother Missing:
A Peek Inside International Adoption

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In this contemporary tale detailing a two-week trip that explores intercountry adoption from South Korea, twin sisters travel to their birth city of Seoul in search of their Korean family. Little incidents along the way serve as a catalyst that leads them into a worldwide modern-day adoptee-rights movement seeking truth and transparency.

YOU MATTER

Decrease stress, worry, and manage anxiety in your every day life.  Learn different methods to promote health and so much more…

Join Sky Sanctuary
Going Back to Zen

The mindful ideas can be practiced by anyone, at any time, and at any location. It does not matter who you are or what limitations, political, or religious leanings one way or another, you might have.

The Power of Isolation

As someone devoid of her roots, the law of nature has given her the most comfort. A tad bit of her philosophy is contained within the pages of this book


Community STRONG

Adoption Truth & Transparency Worldwide Information Network

Members include domestic, late-discovery, transracial, and international adopted people from every continent.

  • Validate the Vast Experiences of Adopted People

  • Balance the Professional Field of Adoption

  • Encourage Global Discussion

  • Inform and Empower all Family Members Separated by Adoption

For Adoptees and Allies


Coalition for Truth and Transparency

W e  A r e  O n Y o u r  S i d e.

Gift of Hope


PayPal Giving Fund

Gift of Hope supports the most vulnerable families targeted by child traffickers for international adoption purposes.  Your gift of hope helps us address the specific vital needs of families whose children were taken for adoption-trafficking purposes–needs that have been ignored by the self-regulated adoption industry.

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