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Sunday, July 14, 2013

Adoption Trafficking Awareness Event July 20


Join Intercountry Adoptees: "What is Adoption Trafficking?"
Lacey Library,

Saturday, July 20th, 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.
500 College Street SE, Lacey, WA 98503-1240


SPEAKERS:

Vance Twins

The Vance twins have been interviewed on television, radio, in newspapers and given presentations in the U.S., Canada and in Seoul, South Korea.
Janine’s Limited Edition book:
The Search for Mother Missing: A peek inside international adoption gives an account of the twins journey to the 2004 Korean Adoptee Gathering and is exclusively available at their website. www.vancetwins.com


Peter Dodds
 
Speaker and author of Outer Search Inner Journey the first book written by a foreign born adoptee on the subject of intercountry adoption. 
An international speaker, Peter has delivered keynote addresses at New Zealand's National Adoption Conference and Toronto's Adoption Experience 2012. He has been interviewed on television, radio and the internet. www.peterfdodds.com 
 
 
Giving the families left behind a voice in the matter
 
  • Raising global consciousness on the hidden side of adoption
  • Sharing an enlightened and heartfelt perspective on adoption issues based on real experiences
  • Offering preventative and alternative solutions for an industry currently in flux
  • Protecting vulnerable families from a lucrative industry that targets the child and abandons and exploits the mothers
 
 
 

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