In 2011, the Vance Twins spearheaded the establishment of the Adoption Truth and Transparency Worldwide Information Network.
This is a vibrant community of domestic, late-discovery, transracial, and internationally adopted individuals, along with families separated by adoption from all corners of the globe. This unique activist organization has revolutionized the dialogue surrounding adoption, shifting the focus from profit-driven interests to the voices that matter most—the adopted people and their families.
With a realistic and insightful approach, the Vance Twins have led the charge in fostering meaningful discussions and sharing adoption quotes that shed light on the multifaceted adoption experience.
Unlike other adoption groups, they prioritize understanding and empathy over financial gain. Their community serves as a platform to validate the diverse experiences of adopted individuals while championing their right to reconnect with family members affected by adoption, should they choose to do so. In essence, the Vance Twins have successfully leveled the playing field, empowering adopted individuals with their rightful voices.
They challenge antiquated adoption laws that overlook the inherent right of all individuals to foster relationships with their blood-related families, should they desire to.
Through their tireless efforts, they strive to create a safe space that fosters a well-rounded perspective on adoption policies and procedures.
Join this progressive movement and stand in solidarity with the Vance Twins to make a difference. Whether you wish to contribute or volunteer, you can reach out to them at email@example.com. Together, we can drive positive change and pave the way for a more compassionate and equitable adoption landscape.
The Vance Twins have been faced with numerous challenges in their lives but somehow managed to recover. For starters, they were told that they were abandoned on a street in Seoul at birth, which prompted their flight overseas to the United States in the early 1970s. This memoir is of their childhood before smartphones, social media, or knowledge of the adoption industry.