Wednesday, February 20, 2013


I'm so excited to share with you an opportunity I have to volunteer with Both Ends Burning on the upcoming STUCK tour. What is STUCK? Well...

"STUCK steps into the complex human experience of adoption, exploring the challenges faced by birth parents, prospective adoptive parents – and children.

The film follows Tihun from Ethiopia, Nate from Vietnam, and Erickson and Therline from Haiti on their individual voyages from orphanages in their native countries to their homes with families in the United States. Filmmaker Thaddaeus Scheel tracks the chapters in the lives of these four children, and the three couples seeking to be their parents, revealing along the way the intense hope and disappointment they experience on the odyssey to unite as families. Some stories are heartwarming, showing incredible examples of kids who blossom after joining their families, while others offer insight into the emotional and physical impact institutional life can have on these kids.
Through the lens of personal, real-life stories the film asks how the global community can take care of these children, safeguarding them from the very real dangers of child trafficking and corruption while also answering their need to move from institutions into loving homes and a normal life.

STUCK is a testament to the power of human love and the inexplicable connection between parent and child – even when separated by thousands of miles and seemingly insurmountable obstacles. It is a love story of a different kind that celebrates the indefatigable human spirit, the loyalty and the devotion that bonds these parents and kids together as families."

"The right to a family is a basic human right"

STUCK will be coming to Sacramento Monday April 1st. 

If you would like more information on attending this event please let me know, you don't have to be adopting or even have a heart for adoption, just a heart to see children without families given them and a desire to fight injustice. 

Grab a Kleenex and watch the trailer...

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