Adopted teens Wisdom from those who have gone before us makes all the difference when you are in the midst of a new experience or uncertain about how to approach a parenting challenge. Our acclaimed quarterly magazine, Pact's Point of View, is filled with provocative articles, essays, reviews and fiction about adoption and race by adopted adults and teens, adoptive parents, birth parents, and adoption professionals. Pact's Point of View is free to all Pact members — join today to receive the next issue!

Individual articles can be downloaded from the Pact website — see Resources.

Pact's Point of View is always seeking new voices — if you are interested in writing a book or film review, or submitting a personal essay, feature article, poetry or fiction, please contact Editor Michele Rabkin. Writers of all races and from all perspectives on the adoption triad (birth parents, adopted people, and adoptive parents) are encouraged to contribute.

Check out some of our past issues to get a sense of the high quality and topics we cover. Scroll down to view the table of contents for each issue, full issues can be downloaded by clicking on the corresponding images.



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