New York Times Magazine: “Looking for Their Children’s Birth Mothers”

Looking for Their Children’s Birth Mothers

Published: October 28, 2007

A few months ago, in an office near Guatemala City, a woman known as a searcher spread out a large map across her coffee table. The map was dotted with about 250 tiny, hand-drawn circles, each one representing a place where the searcher had tracked down a birth mother who had placed a child for adoption. Sometimes she found a birth mother after knocking on a few doors in Guatemala City. In other cases, she traveled for three or four days to remote indigenous areas in Guatemala or farther afield to Nicaragua, Honduras or El Salvador.

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Author: JaeRan

Assistant professor at UW Tacoma, writer, and researcher.

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