More reading for those interested in ethical adoption

After my last few posts, I’ve had the good fortune to connect with others who have faced similar unethical practices in their adoptions.  They have beautiful, convicting stories to tell:

http://www.gracelings.org/2012/07/guest-post-walking-away-from-ugandan.html

This post hit home since I was at the Summit, and while I don’t agree with everything he puts forth, I shared many of the same concerns while in attendance:

http://fleasbiting.blogspot.com/2012/05/saddleback-church-orphan-summit-five.html

Food for thought…

 

 

2 thoughts on “More reading for those interested in ethical adoption

  1. Just wanted to leave you with a link to another Adoptive Parent who has a series of great posts on ethics (look to the right side bar).

    http://kitumaini.blogspot.com/

    You don’t need to approve the comment I just wanted to let you know there are many speaking out on this issue. Ethics must be front and center in any adoption – the least of which is you have to look your child in the eyes and tell them they needed to be adopted…

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