Adoptees for Children (A4C) is an organization of adult adoptees established in response to the needs of children who do not have families ~ and do not have a voice to represent them.
"Yes, racism angers me. But I'm not here sitting in front of the computer, hating "whitey" and plotting revolution. This is just a subject that has always interested me — pointing out racism and noting any and all appearances of Asians in mass media and popular culture (the good and the bad)."
The exclusive online boutique by Audrey, the Asian American women's lifestyle magazine.
I’m a journalist and writer based in Toronto and New York. I write a column for the Style section of the Globe and Mail and I’m a Contributing Editor at Flare magazine. (And is Michelle's friend!)
One hundred thousand Korean children have been adopted into the United States. With their extended families, they form a Korean adoption community of over two million.
The purpose of the Korea Heritage Tour Program is to introduce participants to the people, the culture, the food and the history of Korea. (Michelle's favorite and only way to travel to Korea.)
KoreAm Journal is an award-winning monthly magazine that covers and analyzes the news, culture, entertainment, sports, politics and people of Korean America.
NoPAK.org is an organization of progressive adopted Koreans who value professional and social relationships with one another.