A free-for-all happy hour on September 22, 2021, to discuss what’s on your mind, what we are planning, and what to expect for adoptee rights in the coming months.
It’s back to work—sorta. And back to school and back to life, though the anxiety over what “back to normal” looks like is ever-present. What better time for a happy hour to talk about what we are planning, what you are doing and feeling, and where we all may be heading in the next few months and year with adoptee rights and issues.
We’ll keep an open forum but will also be discussing upcoming Adoptees United plans, including a board-driven focus on Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging (DIB). We’ll talk about what we can do to shift the dominant adoptee narrative through Wikipedia, what to expect legislatively in 2022, and where you may be able to pitch in as a volunteer over the next year.
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Join Adoptees United (USA) and Adult Adoptee Movement (UK) on Sunday, December 3, for a transatlantic book party with two adoptee authors.
Happy hour, open forum, and meet and greet, all on September 21, 2023.
Happy hour to celebrate legislative successes as well as the recent Supreme Court decision that upholds the constitutionality of the Indian Child Welfare Act (ICWA). Plus, whatever else is on your mind!
Discussion of the 2023 legislative sessions as they wind down in most states, plus what is not happening in Congress.
A California adoptee rights town hall in response to AB1302, a discriminatory birth records bill introduced in mid-February.
We’ll talk with the creators of Adoptees Crossing Lines, a “not so feel-good podcast” created by three Black adopted women who meet every other week to talk about their diverse lives and experiences.