AFAAD at United States Social Forum!

AFAAD is collaborating with other adoptees of color and going to the United States Social Forum and presenting! Its very exciting. The workshop title is, “Where have all our children gone? Linking child removal from communities of color to larger social justice movements” and is going to be on Thursday, June 24th, 2010. 10:00am – 12:00pm, at the Westin Book Cadillac Hotel: WB3.

AFAAD member, and MN AFAAD chapter co-founderShannon Gibney will be writing us up a report from the USSF on our activities there

Harlow’s Monkey hipped us to another adoption related panel discussion, “Poverty Is Not Neglect & We Are Not Powerless: Mothers reclaim Our Children Back from the Child Welfare Industry” that will be on Wednesday, June 23rd, 10:00am – 12:00pm.

Adoptees, Foster Care Alumni and Families — We hope you will come out, meet us and spend some time getting to know our work!!

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1 Response to AFAAD at United States Social Forum!

  1. Jackie says:

    So gald to learn about this network. Is there a chapter in Los Angeles and can you add locations to this website.
    I serve as Social Action Director for the AME Church and have a lifelong passion for connecting the African Diaspora in “real” ways”. As an international body, we can do this.
    On a personal note, my family now includes persons who are Afro-Honduran, Afro-Philippian, Afro-Nigerian, and I want to insure that they claim all of their roots.
    I learned of your group by reading the bio of Constance Malloy, one of your founders.

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