On Sunday, April 29, Free Event Celebrates Women Touched by Adoption: Open to the public, The Celebration of Women Touched by Adoption gathering honors adult adoptees and their birth/adoptive mothers, grandmothers.
Saturday, February 4, 2012: Don't miss Rhonda Roorda—co-author of the “Trilogy of Transracial Adoption”—as she shares insights into the many layers of adopting across racial and cultural boundaries as it impacts both children and their families.
SATURDAY, APRIL 30 | Open to the public, this gathering honors adult adoptees and their birth/adoptive mothers, grandmothers. Don't miss this moving tribute to women connected to adoption from all three sides of the adoption triad.
Tuesday, February 22: Growing Up Black in White | Open to the public, author Kevin Hofmann shares his journey as a biracial adoptee in a Caucasian family living in Detroit in the turbulent era of the 1960s.
THREE NATIONAL ADOPTION MONTH WORKSHOPS: With every adoption—open, closed, international, domestic—comes questions, including those from well-meaning loved ones. Adoptive parents are encouraged to invite friends and extended families; there’s something for everyone!
Join Celebrate Adoption for an event honoring the multiple generations of women touched by adoption: birth mothers, birth grandmothers, adoptive mothers, adoptive grandmothers and adult adoptees. In a tribute to Mother's Day, this event includes refreshments and a brief ceremony with adoption poetry and music.
NEW VENUE ANNOUNCED! Now held at the Hilton Garden Inn in Blue Ash (across the street from Jewish Family Services' offices), a two-hour workshop featuring transcultural adoption expert Norma Ginther will be sponsored by Celebrate Adoption on Tuesday, February 23, 2010. The workshop is entitled "The Seven Parenting Tasks in Transcultural Adoption." Click the headline to read more!