The National Review Institute’s Center for Religion, Culture, and Civil Society will be hosting a conversation tomorrow in New York City on adoption and foster care, at the Tikvah Fund (56th Street and Third Avenue). Please join us for my discussion with Malka Groden and Naomi Riley. (Doors open at 6:30 p.m., and we begin at 7.)
Details are here — please RSVP if you will be joining us. And please pass this link along to someone who might be interested. Most of us could afford to learn more about the children in need of families.
This is National Adoption Month. In the audience, I know we’ll have a mix of people coming to learn, as well as others coming who have experience with this topic, hoping to share and meet others who have stepped up to be foster or adoptive parents in the New York metropolitan area. I hope to see you there. Do consider joining us. This is a pro-life priority, a human-rights issue, and an opportunity for tremendous common ground in hyper-political times.
(Read my pre-interview with Malka about her adoption experience here.)