Korean Adoption: An American Family Story

September 30, 2003 – January 7, 2004

National Museum of American History
14th Street and Constitution Avenue, NW
Washington, DC

2nd Floor, West Wing Floor Plan

A child's hanbok (Korean dress), immigration documents, and a Congressional bill are used to tell the story of one family's role in the growth of international and transracial adoption that followed the Korean War orphan crisis and reshaped American family and community life into the 21st century.