Purple Like Me Crafts is an Etsy store run by Alicia Watt, a transracial adoptee from Benin. Alicia’s products are designed to provide representation for young adoptees and children of color. Alicia’s store also sends proceeds to her biological family in Benin.
The Daily Adoptee is a space where TRA (Transracial Adoptee) voices are prioritized as valued voices in adoption education, perspectives, narratives, and reform.
Show up at the intersection of your identitites.
Lost Daughters is an independent collaborative writing project founded in 2011. It is edited and authored exclusively by adult women who were adopted as children. Authors come from a variety of walks of life, world views, religions, political stances, types of adoption, countries of origin, and countries of residence. The only position Lost Daughters take on adoption is that adoptee voices make it better.
AdopteeBridge is a 501(c)(3) not for profit organization and was formed to deliver post adoption support services to transracial/transnational adoptees and their families. Our organization was formed by adoptees as a direct response to the large number of adoptees living in the United States and around the world. We offer positive, support services to these adoptees empowering them to have a better understanding of their identity, birthland, and adoption story.
Adoptee Talk is a gathering, where you will be seen, and you will be heard. As the Founder of Monarch Connections, the business that Adoptee Talk functions under, I AM SUPER GRATEFUL to be able to meet more amazing adoptees. We all face being adopted differently. I strongly believe we are all connected for a greater reason, and the more we can gather and interact, the better we can help one another along our adoption journeys.
Monarch Connections and Adoptee Talk believe your voice matters.
ICAV is the largest Intercountry Adoptee platform worldwide that brings together the most proactive Adoptees involved in advocacy.