I'm so honoured to be asked to share my Journey to Motherhood at The Thank U Charity's Fundraising event on Saturday March 5, 2016. You can get tickets here Let's Celebrate Mother's Fundraising Event
Hey folks please tune in tonight 9pm EST/2am GMT myself and fellow adoptee Mariette Williams are being interviewed LIVE!! http://www.kiskeacity.com/…/legacy-of-1804-haitian-adoptee-…
What a unique experience to be interviewed by fellow Haitian-Canadian adoptee, Mariette Williams (@mariettewrites) for The Lost Daughter's site. It's so exciting to meet my fellow adoptees but even more so when we share so many similarities thank you Mariette! Please read the article here..Adopted ID: A Haitian Adoptee Searches for Answers
Loosing your birth family is very profound, so what are the losses and gains in adoption? The challenge that often occurs in adoption and certainly more so during the 80’s and 90’s when I was growing up was you weren't supposed to acknowledge your loss. You were supposed to just be grateful all the time. … Continue reading Adoption win or loose?
My birthday month has come to an end and as much as I LOVE 'celebrating' all month long, I would rather know the day I was REALLY born. The Adoption Journey is truly lifelong. I had the honour of screening my film Adopted ID during 'my month' to the Adoptee Searching Group I co-facilitate and … Continue reading National Adoption Week Fundraiser
Ahead of Adopted ID's premier at The Hollywood Black Film Festival on October 3, 2013 there is an overview of the film featured on their website. Hollywood Black Film Festival
Adopted ID screens Thursday October 3, 2013 at the Hollywood Black Film Festival. Sadly I won't be able to be present but Director&Producer Sonia Godding Togobo will be representing us both!
Adopted ID screens this Wednesday September 11, 2013 @TheCaribbeanTalesFilmFestival at Harbourfront 6:30PM. Producer&Director Sonia Godding Togobo will be on hand to share the film and answer questions.
John Dash of T Mak World has reviewed the film following the Caribbean Tales Film Festival screening. You can read his review here: ← Solemate by Jabra Bluetooth Speaker ReviewLou Gramm- The Voice of Foreigner at the Canadian National Exhibition (CNE 2013) → Adopted ID – Film Review from CaribbeanTales 2013
Adopted ID: My Journey HomeBy: Judith Craig Morency Chapter One: The Return H opeful heartbreakA bandoned, amazingI nvigorating, inspiringT errifying, tantilizingI ntriguing, indefinite As the plane touched down on the tarmac I began to feel giddy with excitement, they opened the door and the humid Haitian air overwhelmed me. As I walked out of the airplane and took … Continue reading Adopted ID: My Journey Home…A Preview