Juliana Whitney is working to spread the word about the power of adoption.
As someone who is adopted, 25-year-old Whitney hopes to garner awareness through constantly speaking out on the subject.
During National Adoption Month in November, she literally left her mark by hiding thousands of bookmarks across Las Vegas.
“I’ve left them in books at Barnes &Noble, UNLV bookstore and Target,” she says. “The first day I was out hiding them, I was nervous. But then after that, I had no shame.”
In her signature pink and purple colors, each strip gives information about Whitney’s newly created website: thatadoptedgirl.com.
The campaign is all a part of her plan to become an advocate for other children who are adopted.
“I want to give them a voice,” she says. “People think they have a voice, but they don’t really.”
Whitney has an inside perspective on the subject.
Charles Whitney, her father, says the family waited until……
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