Archive: Adoption in Transition: New Hopes, New Realities

People Patterns

In the final program on the 1986 conference held by the North American Council on Adoptable Children, Joan Reed-Olsen looks at changes in adoption over the last 20 years. Excerpts from the conference are interspersed with comments by Victoria Leach, adoption coordinator for the Ministry of Community and Social Services. The program ends with a segment of the closing ceremony in which four young men comment on the role adoption has played in their lives.
Aug 16, 1989
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