Born In June Raised In April
by April Dinwoodie
March 25, 2021 3:09 pm
Nationally recognized thought leader, April Dinwoodie, hosts a personal journey while exploring her adoption experience. We follow her as she examines her efforts to find love, identity, family, and connection. Each month April will candidly interview, discuss, and unravel, all matters surrounding adoption.
In this poignant episode of Born in June, Raised in April, host April Dinwoodie sits down with attorney turned nonprofit executive and transracially/transnationally adopted person Julie Young. Together they discuss the concept of luck from the perspective of an adopted person and the realities of complicated beginnings as women. They also make space to process the tragic shooting in Atlanta of 6 Asian women.
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2020: A Year of Making and Breaking Traditions4 months ago
November 2020: Foster Care and Adoption Around the Thanksgiving Table: A conversation with Rob Scheer5 months ago
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