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These Korean Adoptees Are Returning to Their Birth Country, to Stay
The number of children born in South Korea, who were put up for international adoption reached its peak in the 1980s. Now, this generation of Korean adoptees is returning back to their country of origin as adults.
Children for Sale: The Trafficking Ring Selling Babies from the Slums to Rich Couples
In Greece, where adoption is a long and difficult process, some couples result to working with traffickers to take infants from Bulgaria and smuggle them across the border.
Actor Brenna Harding on Same-Sex Parenting Rights and Female Collectives
Broadly sits down with Puberty Blues actor Brenna Harding to talk activism and the power of female collectives.
The 7-Foot Center of Two Miamis
Most 17-year-olds are not 7'2". Zach Brown is, and that's one of the reasons he's a top 25 prep basketball prospect in the class of 2017 who recently committed to UConn.