Pact says: This is a gift to those of us living in families touched by adoption and offers us much to contemplate and discuss
Pact says: Daddy & Papa is a thoughtful and frequently entertaining reminder that family transends gender identity.
Pact says: Amber self identified as a queer transracial adoptee, is a musician and artist who has worked with Pact at our camp.
Pact says: A valuable discourse that while laden with emotion, distrust and misunderstanding demonstrates that hope comes from a willingness to engage and listen with an open heart, even when it gets hard.
Pact says: This film catalyzes powerful dialogue to support learning, change and the healing of all people who want to undo race-based oppression. $350.00 Institutional Use, $150.00 Community Groups / Educators /Public Libraries
Pact says: This a provocative film that explores a mulitplicity of issues all in the context of transracial adoption in a way that is both deep and forgiving. Highly recommended.
Pact says: We love this video and the clear voiced adoptees who speak to all of us in a way that enlightens our ability to service the children growing up behind them. Widely considered the definitive video on the topic.
Pact Says: You Follow reminds us that the answers we seek to our deepest heart-felt questions may not be easy to uncover, may not be what we expected or what we are adequately prepared to accept. Nisha’s journey proves that the people we unexpectedly encounter along the way can become extended family, offering immeasurable connections and healing for our souls.
Pact says: We love this book and it is written by an adoptee, giving it real authenticity.