Jessica Machado: The Shame We CarriedJuly 2015
I’ll never know what my mother wanted or felt about whether to keep her baby—it simply wasn’t up to her.
The Limits of JurisdictionDecember 2014
For the past six years, Karen has lived in Missouri with her adoptive parents. But a Guatemalan couple are convinced the child is their kidnapped daughter, Anyelí.
Kathryn Joyce: The Purpose-Driven NationApril 2013
Rick Warren exports American-style evangelism—and the gospel of adoption—to Rwanda.
High Schools, or How to Be Asian AmericanJuly 2012
After my parents were divorced I fell in love with the ugliest girl in my white high school. This was what I believed—the love part, I mean; the ugly part was true.
Gray AreaApril 2012
A transracial adoption teaches our writer that issues of race in the U.S. are anything but black and white.
For Sale: BabyDecember 2011
The investigative journalist on the search for Maria Fernanda, the role of Christianity in the trafficking of Guatemalan adoptees, and funding the research for her book via Kickstarter.