Please read this illuminating interview.
(reposted from American Indian Adoptees)
The following interview is with Daniel Ibn Zayd, an adoptee and contributor to a collective of transracial adoptees called TRANSRACIAL EYES.
He was kind to answer some questions for me via email. His bio follows this interview.
Tell us about you, what you do, where you are, and how did you come to know so much about adoption:
Daniel: I was born in Lebanon in 1963 and almost immediately adopted to the United States. At the age of 40, I decided to return, determined to find family, and if not that at least a sense of culture, language, and perhaps identity in returning to my place of birth. As I met adoptees from other countries, as well as domestic adoptees in the States, I became more active in adoptee rights. I was most struck in Lebanon by those who didn’t get…
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