Why families should think twice about international adoption

a screenshot of The Philadelphia Inquirer

“The organized, systematic practice of Korean adoption formed a template of sorts that was exported to other countries — including Vietnam, Ethiopia, Guatemala, and Haiti — where rich Westerners rushed in to rescue children after wars or earthquakes. The pull toward international adoption was openly encouraged by evangelical Christian leaders in the early 2000s [politicalresearch.org] as a way to live out their faith and purported pro-life principles.”

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