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We at The Good Adoptee believe that, upon reaching the age of 18, every adopted individual and their descendants should have access to not only their original birth certificates, but to any and all documents and records pertaining to their adoption, relinquishment and foster care. Adoptees' access to their original birth certificates should be identical to that of non-adopted citizens.

We invite you to join us as allies in this fight.

 

New York restores Adoptees' unrestricted access to their original birth certificates, ending 83 years of inequality and becoming the 10th State with Equal Rights for its Adopted Citizens!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Read about it here, here, here and here.

 

See it happening here:

 

Read What’s Next? and sign up for NYARC updates here:

 

 

10 Down, 40 to GO!

Let’s make Adoptee Rights & Equality the Reality in all 50 States!

#10Down40toGo

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Why Adoptees Should Have Access to Their Birth Records

Mirah Riben’s HuffPost Article

 

Track the State of Adoptee Rights in the US

courtesy of Adoptee Rights Law:

Currently there are 10 States that are Unrestricted, 20 States that are Compromised and 20 States that are Restricted.

 

 

 

Please sign this petition in support of Justice in the Louise Wise Secret Twin Studies as documented in the book Identical Strangers and the documentary

Three Identical Strangers.

 

 

 

Support the work of these amazing organizations!

 

                                    

 

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Take Action!

 

We at The Good Adoptee believe that, upon reaching the age of 18, every adopted individual and their descendants should have access to not only their original birth certificates, but to any and all documents and records pertaining to their adoption, relinquishment and foster care. Adoptees' access to their original birth certificates should be identical to that of non-adopted citizens.

We invite you to join us as allies in this fight.

 

New York restores Adoptees' unrestricted access to their original birth certificates, ending 83 years of inequality and becoming the 10th State with Equal Rights for its Adopted Citizens!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Read about it here, here, here and here.

 

See it happening here:

 

Read What’s Next? and sign up for NYARC updates here:

 

 

10 Down, 40 to GO!

Let’s make Adoptee Rights & Equality the Reality in all 50 States!

#10Down40toGo

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Why Adoptees Should Have Access to Their Birth Records

Mirah Riben’s HuffPost Article

 

Track the State of Adoptee Rights in the US

courtesy of Adoptee Rights Law:

Currently there are 10 States that are Unrestricted, 20 States that are Compromised and 20 States that are Restricted.

 

 

 

Please sign this petition in support of Justice in the Louise Wise Secret Twin Studies as documented in the book Identical Strangers and the documentary

Three Identical Strangers.

 

 

 

Support the work of these amazing organizations!