Ohio Adoptions Records One Year Later; St. Patrick's Day

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It's been nearly a year since Ohio unsealed the records of 400,000 people adopted from 1964 to 1996. Thousands of adoptees have accessed birth certificates and other adoption records,  many reconnecting with birth families. We'll talk to two women about their recunions and hear from one whose journey continues. Plus, an Irishman shares his recipe for Shepherd's Pie, not corned beef, on St. Patrick's Day.

 

Resources:

Adoption Network Cleveland Annual Gathering

Adoption Network Cleveland web site

Cleveland.com: True CLE

Guests: 

Betsie Norris, Executive Director, Adoption Network Cleveland  
Kay Williams, Reunited Adoptee, Cleveland Heights 
Tamara Green, Reunited Adoptee, Weirton, W. Virginia 
David C. Barnett, Ideastream Sr. Arts & Cultural Reporter/Producer

Ohio Channel On-Demand Video

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Adoptees Share Reunion Stories after Ohio Unseals Records

Mar. 17, 2016
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Simple Dish Connects Irishman to Memories of St. Patrick&...

Mar. 17, 2016
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