About 1.6 million American families have adopted children. In more and more cases, they are open adoptions. Four families share their stories. [Each story approximately 5 minutes in duration.]
A series of written stories as well as a one-hour audio braodcast which explore fifty years of experience with international adoption by Americans. Additional material include photojournals, interviews, audio diaries, and supplementary stories.
Suzanne, a single woman in her forties, after years of trying to become pregnant, decided to adopt an African-American baby. This is the story of her adoption quest. [29:00 streaming audio broadcast]