Sandy Musser - Adoption Reform Activist & Author
 
 
ISRR - International Soundex Reunion Registrywww.isrr.net
 
ISRR is a mutal consent registry for persons desiring a reunion with next of kin. It serves the need for family members who have been separated by adoption, divorce, foster care, abandonment, etc. ISRR is not affliated with any other registry, organization or web site.
 
International Soundex Reunion Registry is a non-profit,
tax-exempt, humanitarian agency founded in 1975 by
Emma May Villardi.
 
Musser Speeches
 
Radical Leadership for Radical Change
 
Musings
 
ALARM/Advocating Legislation for Adoption Reform
 
 
 
"We're Together Now" - A Very Touching Recording
(click on this link to hear this inspiring song - it takes a few minutes to begin)
Song written & sung by Steve (Butch) Rillera. His wife,
Marri Rillera is both an adoptee and birthmother as well as Founder of Triadoption Libray & Director of ISRR.
 
 
Organizations
 
Concerned United Birthparents (CUB) 
A national organization founded in 1976 by Lee Campbell  
 
Canadian Council of Natural Mothers
 
Voices of Childrens Alliance
 
 
Blogs
 
Baby Scoop Era
 
First Mother Forum
 
Family Preservation
 
Legally Kidnapped
 
Motherhood Deleted
 
 
 
Adoption Reform Books / Films
 
Bibliography of Adoption Books
 
Confessions of a Lost Mother by Elisa Barton
 
Birthmark by Lorraine Dusky
 
The Stork Market by Mirah Riben
 
Unlocking the Heart of Adoption - A film by Sheila Ganz
 
 
 
 
The Musser Foundation Philosophy Statement
 
We believe that at the core of every human being is a God-given, innate desire to "connect" with birth family from whom we’ve become separated . We are not concerned about the reasons for the separation, but only to begin the healing which we believe comes about through the process of reconciliation.
 
We believe that loss and separation from family members caused by divorce, foster care, or adoption has created severe psychological problems and weakened our family structures.
 
We believe that the severing of genetic roots is not healthy and that all individuals have a right to know their siblings, the "missing" parent(s), birth grandparents, and all other genetic relatives. We also believe that parents who have "lost" their children (for any reason) have a need and right to know of the welfare of their children.
 
We believe that all family relationships should be inclusive, not exclusive. Therefore we believe in the concept of extending and expanding the family circle; and believe that blending our families will strengthen them and our world as well.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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