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The Lost Daughters: Lost Daughters is an independent collaborative writing project founded in 2011. It is edited and authored by adult women who were adopted as children. Their mission is to bring readers the perspectives and narratives of adopted women, and to highlight their strength, resiliency, and wisdom. The authors aim to critically discuss the positives and negatives of the institution of adoption from a place of empowerment and peace.
Gazillion Voices Magazine: This magazine aims to create a platform for adoptees and their allies to bring topics important to the adoption community to life through rich, compelling, and thought-provoking content that will be accessible to the broader community and will ultimately reframe and reshape the conversation about adoption.
Land of Gazillion Adoptees: LGA is devoted to doing their part in the important endeavor of highlighting the expertise, accomplishments, programs, projects, and stories of the thousands of Minnesota adoptees and their counterparts living elsewhere in the US and beyond. LGA aims is to be “adoptee-centric” by: challenging the adoption status quo; challenging the traditional adoption narrative; challenging adoptees; and being challenged by all, be the challengers be adoptees or otherwise.
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I am adopted: Jessenia Arias is a published writer featured in the New York Times, writer at Adoption.net, blog author of The Not So Secret Life of An Adoptee, Youtube personality, motivational youth speaker, foster care and adoption advocate, and Youth Life Coach. She has a gift of inspiring, rehabilitating, and transforming the youth with her powerful testimony how she overcame being abandoned as a baby, dropping out of high school, incarceration, and abuse.