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ADOPTION TRAFFICKING AWARENESS SYMPOSIUM
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 SAVE THE DATE: SATURDAY JUNE 18TH, 2022

NEXT EVENT:  in WASHINGTON STATE

The curators at Adoption History believe that we help shape the future through researching and preserving the past and present and sharing our knowledge with the world. We invite you to see things anew through the lens of our outstanding members from Adoption Truth & Transparency Worldwide Network and the researchers and field investigators at Against Child Trafficking. You’ll learn more than you ever thought possible and expand your mind in a miraculous way. We always keep our information fresh through our special events, educational lectures, and temporary exhibitions. Join us at the Adoption Trafficking Awareness Symposium and see life through the lens of individuals who had been adopted domestically, transracially, and internationally. You will also hear the vitally important narratives from siblings and families separated by adoption and parents of loss.

 

Protecting Local and Global Families on the Crisis of Adoption Trafficking

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UNITED NATIONS CONVENTION
ON THE RIGHTS OF THE CHILD

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ADOPTION YESTERDAY, TODAY,
AND AROUND THE WORLD

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ADOPTION AFTERMATH:
WHAT ARE ADOPTED PEOPLE SAYING?

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YOU'RE IN GOOD COMPANY.

Here is an opportunity to know more about the practice than most of the public. The list below are friends of my twin sister and mine. Please consider listening to these presenters, panelists, and participants, and let’s make history together. 

We are sure you’ve already heard the happily-ever-after adoption stories. But, to establish laws that could potentially protect families from exploitation, we must also acknowledge that there could be not-so-happy stories--and that these stories are just as long-lasting, forever, and ever-after as the happy ones.

Before you place trust in the system of adoption or pay the non-refundable and sometimes hidden application fees that can run up to more than tens of thousands of dollars, or before you become attached to a charitable photo listing of a child that might not be a true orphan, consider arming yourself with information. Knowledge is Power. 

 ~Rev. Dr. VANCE, Janine Myung Ja

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EDUCATIONAL SERIES

Saturday, June 18th, 2022

SYMPOSIUM

10am - 5pm

To stay informed and updated,

In Collaboration with Against Child Trafficking USA

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Adoption Truth & Transparency Worldwide Information Network (ATTWIN)

Friends of  Volunteers & Adopted People (ATTWIN) Get in for $100.00

Outside of the Adoption Community $200.00

Suggested Donation from Organizations $500.00

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