ARTICLES

BY ADOPTEES OR ABOUT ADOPTEES

Barcella, Laura. (2014). Adoptees Like Me ‘Flip the Script’ on the Pro-Adoption Narrative

Carroll, Rebecca. (2017). For Some Adopted Kids, There’s a Danger in Erasing Racial Lines

Chauhan, Arvind. (2018). 43 Years On, 2 Adopted Americans Are Back ‘Home’ to Find Their Roots

Chung, Nicole. (2018). People Want to Know That I’m Happy I was Adopted. Its Not That Simple

DeCourcey, Danielle. (2017). What It’s Like to Be Adopted by White Parents

Fyneweyer, Nasreen. (2018). The Cost of Being a Transracial Adoptee

Ito, Susan. (2017). November Nonfiction: “The Missing Half”

Johnson, Leslie. (2018). Adolescence and Adoption How Adoptive Parents can Support Teens

Kelly, Megan., Christopher Malafronti, and Casey Lu Simon-Plumb. (2018). On Being Adoptee, Part 1: “On Adoption As Trauma”  Part 1 of 3

Latty, Liz. (2017). Adoption Is A Feminist Issue, But Not For The Reasons You Think

Leontiades, Louisa. (2015). Five Hard Truths About Adoption Adoptive Parents don’t want to Hear

Mesesan, Diana. (2017). The Romanian Boy Who Overcame the Dark Side of an International Adoption

Riben, Mirah. (2018). When Adults Discover They Were Adopted: The Ultimate Betrayal/ Life Hi-Jacked

Rostad, Rachel. (2018). Hiking Toward Koreanness: An Adoptee Returns to Her Motherland

Rousso, Faith Getz. (2016). Why Adoptive Parents Need To Know And Respect Their Child’s Birthmother

CHILD TRAFFICKING

Alzazeera (2018). Adoption Inc: The Baby Business

Aravamudan, Gita. (2017).Child Trafficking, ‘Manufactured Orphans’: The Dark Underbelly Of Inter-Country Adoption In India

Aravamudan, Gita. (2018).Child trafficking in India: When children are bought and sold in the quest for a ‘better life’

Biswa, Soutik. (2016). ‘My baby isn’t dead, she was stolen from me’

Deepak, Pinto, (2018). Legal Tangles Push Illegal Adoption in Hyderabad

Kaye, Randi and Wayne Drash. (2018). Kids for Sale: ‘My Mom Was Tricked’

Mushin, Nahum. (2018). Forced Adoption: Five Years On, There’s Still So Much Work to be Done to Right the Wrongs

Neuman, Scott. (2018). Late Mother Teresa’s Order Investigated For Child Trafficking in India

Ochieng, Abiud. (2018). Traffickers on the Loose: How Children Are Sold to Highest Bidder in Name of Adoption

Overton, Penelope. (2018). Maine Man Learns Truth of his Past: Nuns Stole Him as a Baby From his Mother in Ireland

Poppy, Nick. (2017). This Woman Stole Children from the Poor to Give to the Rich

Romo, Raphael. (2018). Chile’s stolen children: American Woman Finds her Chilean Mother 36 years After  Birth

CHURCH

Mock, Melanie Springer. (2013). Why Christians Like Me Should Listen to Critiques of Evangelical Adoption

FOSTER CARE

Jaye, Lola. (2017). Colour-blind Love that Defied Politically Correct Social Workers: How LOLA JAYE was Wrenched From Her Beloved White Foster Mum Aged Nine to be Placed with a Black Family

Sankaran, Vivek S. (2018). Rushing Foster Kids into Quick Adoptions isn’t Always in their Best Interest

MURDER/ABUSE

Associated Press and  Snejana Farberov. (2018). Stay-at-home mother, 55, shoots and kills her four adopted children before turning in the gun on herself in a murder-suicide

Brown, Sherronda J. (2018).The Deaths of Devonte Hart and His Siblings is Why We Dont Trust White Allies

Ghossein, Daniella. (2017). Does the Process of Adoption Possess Elements of Child Abuse?

Kenneally, Christine. (2018). We Saw Nuns Kill Children The Ghosts of St. Joseph’s Catholic Orphanage

Patton, Stacey. (2018). We Can’t Ignore Race in the Tragic Story of Devonte Hart and His White Adoptive Mothers

Philly, Deep Green. (2018). Withering Under the White Gaze: The Hart Family Tragedy

Stanglin, Doug. (2013). Prosecution Says Adopted Girl Died in ‘Horror House’

Tremlett, Giles. (2016). Why Did Two Parents Murder Their Adopted Child?

(2018). Sherin Mathews: Father of Adopted Girl Charged with Murder

RACE

Akala. (2018).  ‘As I grew up, I became embarrassed by my mother’s whiteness’

Parker, Malaika. (2018). Asking the Hard Questions: A Black Mama Unpacks Adoption Myths and Lies

Shoots, Danielle. (2018). The Worry of the Black American Mother: Danielle’s Story

Tam. Ruth. (2018). Powerful Stories From Adoptive Parents And Adoptees On Transracial Adoption

Tucker, Angela. (2018). WHAT HAPPENS WHEN WHITE PARENTS ADOPT BLACK CHILDREN AND MOVE TO BLACK NEIGHBORHOODS

Dr. Williams, Brian. (2018). Why Adopting Black Babies Costs Less Than Adopting White Babies

Valby, Karen. (2015). 5 Things One Mom Wishes She’d Been Told Before Adopting Her Black Son

Various authors. (2018). Black Mothers Respond to Our Cover Story on Maternal Mortality

Varzi, Changiz M. 2016. Lebanon’s disappeared children: The darker side of international adoption

REHOMING

Dhingra, Sanya. (2018). Spanish Couple Abandon Adopted Indian child, Bhopal agency Under the Scanner

Lillie, Michelle. (2013). Rehoming Adopted Children

Smith, Jennifer. (2018). Man and Woman are Arrested After her Four Adopted Children Aged Five to 12 were Found in BOXES that Were Closed with Plywood and Screws

REUNION

Collis, Ashleigh. (2017). Closed adoptions a form of violence

Deshmukh, Chaitraly. (2018). Spanish Girl Returns To Meet Indian Mother After 22 Years In Pune

Moreno, Chelsea. (2018). Adopted Woman Reunited with Biological Mom, Sisters after 60 Years

Thorbecke, Catherine. (2018). Adopted Man Reunites With His Birth Parents 37 Years Later After Connecting Through DNA Test

Tolberyt, Kathryn. (2018). He searched for his Japanese birth mother. He found her — and the restaurant she had named after him.

Tran, Cindy. (2018). He Didn’t Know I Existed…

Yan, Alice. (2018). Putting faces to the past: how adoptees in the West are seeking out their birth families in China

SUICIDE

Adoptee Memorial Wall

Barra, Angela. (2017). We Need to Talk About Adoptee Suicide

McCauley, Maureen. (2018). The Heartache of Another Adoptee Suicide: Rest in Peace Kaleab Schmidt

Quimby, Beth. (2018). Scarborough Mourns Student Who Inspired Despite a life of Dislocation

Riben, Mirah. (2017).Toward Preventing Adoption Related Suicide

Sargo, Chris. (2018). Tragic Deaths of Mia Farrow’s Three Adopted Children From Suicide, AIDs-related Illness (on Christmas) and ‘heart failure’ that Actress’ Son Moses Claims was in Fact an Overdose of Pills

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