Month: October 2016

The realities of adoption…

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Mea's mother, September 2016

This was posted on facebook, and the author allowed me to share it here.  It is such a poignant distillation of some of the complex emotions about our families and mothers that many adoptees carry. “I reunited with my birth mother in 1997 but have not seen her since. This morning my Korean half brother messaged me and told me that she saw the kids’ pictures on FB. He also told me she had surgery […]

Capturing kad history, one Kaomi Goetz work at a time

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Reunions are considered a dream come true, but in reality they can come with lots of complications.  Here’s one story. From Kaomi Goetz, who is doing amazing work while on her Fulbright in Korea.  Here’s her personal site of her reporting articles.  But that’s not her current blog, this is.  And none of that is her big current project, this is.  As part of the audio project, you can hear more from Meghan Arnesen, […]