In addition to the Adoptee Citizenship Act in Congress, we’re now down to five state-level bills that have potential for enactment.
Where we are looking and what we are looking for in adoptee rights legislation next year.
We have work to do. And if you are a white adoptee who thinks that work is hard, it will only get harder in the months to come.
Overview of COVID-19 issues that may impact adult adopted people beyond the immediate threat to a person’s health, community, and economic safety.
Adoptee rights advocates who work to change discriminatory laws almost always work long and hard hours for free, and many go into debt to do so. That’s not right.
An equal rights bill in Massachusetts, which removes date-based restrictions on the release of an adopted person’s own original birth certificate, is again set for hearing. Here’s what you need to know.