KOREAN ADOPTEES WORLDWIDE NETWORK
Bridging the Cultural Gap
Korean Adoptees Worldwide Network
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Goal 1: DUAL CITIZENSHIP For adoptees & our children
We believe in dual citizenship, not only because it is in the best interest of the Nations but for the safety of each individual and our children.
Goal 2: LANGUAGE CLASSES & RESOURCES
Learning our native language can lead us into business networking, communicating in our Motherland, and/or communicating to native Koreans.
Goal 3: LEGAL DNA TESTING for adoptees and our parents
DNA testing can possibly lead us into a more intimate look at ourselves and our ancesters. An added bonus is a potential reunion back to our Korean families.
Goal 4: NO MORE SECRETS & LIES
It’s time for us to know the truth about our origins. We believe in open records and accessiblity to our original birth certificates. No More Lies!
Goal 5: SYMPOSIUM
Elevating the View of Adoption: Want to be on the side of human rights for all–even for those of us adopted? Volunteer opportunities available here for a special first-time event in the United States. Admin@adoptiontruth.org
At last, after sixty years of adoption profiteering, these narratives paint a true portrait of adoption–from the back door--by those most affected. This collection, compiled by Korean adoptees, serves as a tribute to transracially adopted people sent all over the world.
Join our Global Network! If you would like STOP isolation from happening to other fellow adoptees, consider to help expand and outreach the Global Korean Adoptee Network.
Would like to share your story? Would you like to let others know they are not alone? Able to volunteer to share our stories? Contact us.
Are you bilingual? When reunions happen there is a disconnect because often of the language barrier. Volunteer to reconnect families
Adoption Truth & Transparency Worldwide Network
Inter-Country Adoptees, Domestic, and Long Lost Families
The lion depicts the group’s spirit animal of personal power, assertiveness, and courage. When feeling down, channel the lion’s essence for strength to overcome difficulties and conquer any fears. The eagle wings represent community unity, freedom, and a higher perspective. The rare view of the landscape offers insight into what has happened in the past, and where to go for the benefit of future generations.