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Supporting Organizations

Adoptee Rights Law Center

The Adoptee Rights Law Center provides advocacy and legal representation exclusively to adult adoptees who seek to obtain their own original birth certificates, identifying information, or U.S. citizenship.

Adoptees United

Adoptees United is a national nonprofit tax-exempt organization with an unwavering commitment to equality for all adopted people.

The Family Preservation Project

The Family Preservation Project is an online parenting resource and adoption education database. Its mission is to connect expectant moms to resources during temporary hardships in order to preserve their
families and not separate them.

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American Adoption Congress

The American Adoption Congress (AAC) is an international organization devoted to family connections by providing the needed education for all members of the adoption constellation as well as professionals within adoption, foster care, and assisted reproduction

Saving Our Sisters

Saving Our Sisters is dedicated to supporting all members of expectant families considering adoption. SOS focuses on ensuring families do not apply a permanent solution to a temporary situation.

Bastard Nation

Bastard Nation: the Adoptee Rights Organization is the largest adoptee civil rights organization in the United States. We support only full unrestricted access for all adopted persons to their original birth certificates (OBC) and related documents. 

Louisiana Coalition For Adoption Reform

Louisiana Coalition for Adoption Reform is a non-partisan grassroots 501(c)(4) non-profit organization dedicated to the restoration of the rights of adult adopted people to have access upon demand to their pre-adoption birth certificate.

Signed, Sealed, Adopted.

Signed, Sealed, Adopted. is a project of Jamie Weiss, an adopted person and adoptee advocate who is dedicated to elevating adoptee voices and modifying adoption laws and practices.

If you are part of an organization who would like to join us in our efforts to restore equal rights to adoptees or an organizations who wishes to pledge your support for our equality efforts, please email us at

Adoptee Rights are Human Rights

“Open records are important to me because it would mean adoptees have equal rights in proving their citizenship as guaranteed by the 14th amendment of the Constitution. No state should have the right to indefinitely seal the proof of a citizen’s birth record.”

Katie, Georgia First Mom