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2 Comments
  1. I read your book and found it devastating, unsurprising, and very well-written. As an international adoptee, I’m closely watching how the book is being received in the adoption community. I believe it’s an important piece of work, and I would like to help publicize it in any way that i can. I would also like to know if the author will be doing any appearances in the New York City area. Sincerely, Kristin Pak

  2. Erin – update on the Encarnacion Bail Romero/Moser case in Carthage, Missouri. On July 18 the local district judge stripped Romero of her parental rights and awarded the Mosers an adoption of her son.
    http://kbia.org/post/mo-judge-says-guatemala-mom-loses-parental-rights

    Though the decision will be appealed, this sets a dangerous precedent for the case in Liberty, Missouri as well. Once again, the argument “well after all this time, it would be traumatic fo tear a child away from the only home he’s ever known” argument rears its ugly head. Reading between the lines, “He’s better off with a rich Anglo family than with a poor immigrant mother, even if the law was broken to get him.”
    The Mosers apparently have a website praising themselves but it links to the actual decision.
    http://www.intheinterestofjamison.com/

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