Many thanks to Aselefech Evans and Jenni Fang Lee for an amazing conversation tonight on our Google+ Hangout.
You can watch the YouTube video here of the conversation, in which they discussed identity, adoption agencies, race, family preservation, Gazillion Voices, ways to create a common narrative among adoptees, adoption fatigue, “angry adoptees,” and more.
My thanks to Cindy Rasicot of Talking Heart to Heart, for organizing and hosting the conversation.
And special deep thanks to Aselefech and Fang for sharing their stories, their insights, and their realities. Wow.
As Fang says in the conversation, this was groundbreaking: an Asian adoptee and an African adoptee, talking about what they have (and don’t have) in common, what’s been ok and what needs to change in adoption, while 2 white, older adoptive moms (mostly) listen.
Additional information about Aselefech and Fang is available here from a previous post.
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