We sponsor and organize events and projects that work to change the narrative of adoption while centering adoptee lives and experiences.
We track and monitor adoptee rights legislation in all 50 states, the District of Columbia, and US Congress. If a pending or recently enacted bill relates to the rights of adult adopted people in the United States, we will list it.
Domestic and Intercountry Adoptee Rights
Overview of legislation that impacts adult adopted people who were born or adopted in the United States.
Latest News and Events
A conversation about money, why the adoptee rights movement has so little, and what we could do together if we actually had the funds to do it all.
Roe v. Wade has been overturned, and adoption and family severance was a core consideration in the decision. How do we, as adopted people, now move forward with right-based work and advocacy in a vastly different landscape for women, adoption, and reproductive freedom?
A Pride Month conversation by and about LGBTQIA+ adoptees. All are welcome!
Join us for an open forum, where we’re sure to talk about legislation, legal developments, and what adoption (and life) may look like in a post-Roe world.
Join us on April 27 to discuss next steps of the Wikipedia Editathon project, including which Wikipedia subjects to tackle and how we will plan logistics, resources, future get-togethers, and editing sessions.
More than 100 conference committee members will soon begin negotiating a massive technology bill, a version of which could eliminate a loophole denying US citizenship to thousands of intercountry adoptees.