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A filmmaker saw an internet video of a baby in a garbage dump — and knew he had to adopt her. So he turned to social media for help.
When a filmmaker from India saw an internet video of an abandoned baby crying in a garbage dump, he knew he wanted to adopt her. But first he would have to track her down with the help of social
Couple discovers that their adopted son's sibling is up for adoption. So they adopt that baby, too.
A couple who adopted a baby boy five years ago discovered that his biological mother had another child — a girl, this time — so they adopted her too. What are the details? Joseph and Shanna Weight of
Guy Asks Internet If He's Wrong for Not Wanting to Adopt Stepdaughters He Helped Raise
When faced with a tough decision, it's helpful to get another opinion. This guy wanted to know if he was wrong to not want to adopt his stepdaughters, and people had a lot of well-thought out opinions
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Amid a sea of companies raising money for abortion, Wendy's stands up and promotes adoption
According to a Tuesday article published on Live Action, Wendy's clearly has adoption on its mind over abortion. According to the Family Council, some of the companies that widely support Planned
Woman who faked pregnancy to fool California. adoptive family arrested in Virginia
A threatening, profanity-laced Facebook post led to the arrest of a Virginia woman who is awaiting trial for fraud after she lied about being pregnant to a couple hoping to adopt.
In Safe Hands review – lives collide in intelligent adoption drama
In a welcome but heavy-handed tale, a fortysomething woman embarks on a momentous quest to bring a child into her homeWhile British film-makers such as Ken Loach approach issues rooted in a personal
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I Am Patty Mulloy
Another bonus episode that is a part of Anna's Interesting People Of Berlin series! Anna is joined by her friend and expat Patty Mulloy to talk about her experiences living in Berlin, growing up as a
Pet Shelter Gives Cats Insane Names, so We Found Like 37 Good Ones
Austin Pets Alive has recently gotten some attention on twitter for their unorthodox cat naming. We decided to root through their archives and see what we could find. We weren't disappointed. For a
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Trump administration considers allowing adoption agencies to discriminate against LGBTQ parents
Friday morning, the Trump administration finalized its rollback of civil rights healthcare protections for transgender Americans and women. These protections were expanded by the Obama administration,
Kirsten Gillibrand debuts 'Family Bill of Rights' to make raising kids a whole lot easier
New York Senator and 2020 hopeful Kirsten Gillibrand released an enormous “Family Bill of Rights” on Wednesday morning. Along with being an outspoken supporter of reproductive rights and abortion
House unanimously passes bill aimed to help simplify international adoption process
The House of Representatives unanimously passed a bipartisan bill Monday afternoon aimed at helping streamline the international adoption process for prospective parents.The "Intercountry Adoption
The Catcade In Chicago Is The Coolest Cafe/Arcade We've Ever Seen!
Welcome to Chicago's Catcade! The Catcade, according to their Instagram is, "45% cat cafe. 45% cat rescue. 5% arcade. 3% cat hair. 2% black t-shirts. 100% non-profit = 200% the best hour in Chicago.
Mama Cat Adopts Four Orphaned Baby Squirrels And It's The Sweetest Thing
Pusha is a cat who lives in a park in Bakhchisaray, Crimea. She came across four young squirrels who'd lost their parents, and rather than going back to her usual cat business or pushing them away
I’m not a mom, and it’s complicated
Mother's Day is a celebration of women. But if you don't have children, it can be a fraught occasion.
Part Two: The Woman Who Invented Adoption (By Stealing Thousands of Babies)
In Part Two, Robert is joined again by Sofiya Alexandra to continue discussing George Tann, baby thief.
Adopt a Dog, Not a Breed
I spend my weekends looking at photos of dogs.
Part One: The Woman Who Invented Adoption (By Stealing Thousands of Babies)
In Episode 58, Robert is joined by Sofiya Alexandra to discuss George Tann, an abusive child molester who stole five thousand babies from poor parents to sell to the wealthy.
Two Young Sisters Create Haiku Book All About Cats In Order To Help The Cats At Their Local Shelter
These young ladies are incredible! Ella, 10-years-old, and her younger sister Erin, 6-years-old, volunteer weekly at Robyn's Nest Animal Rescue in Germantown, Ohio. Their mother Emily had this to say
Jake, the Puppy Saved From a Fire, that Went On To Become a Firefighter
What did we do to deserve dogs
Big ancestry testing companies fail people of color—but smaller organizations can help
People of color trying to find their families through genetic tests are often disappointed. Smaller groups comprised of people they serve are rising to the challenge.