Saturday, April 11, 2009

Singing, and Rapping, for Their Rights as Adoptees

Two musicians have written and recorded a song they hope will revive a bill that would open private adoption records. The song, by Darryl McDaniels and Zara H. Phillips, is called “I’m Legit,” and it mixes the rap of Mr. McDaniels — also known as DMC of the pioneering hip-hop group Run-DMC — with the rock of Ms. Phillips in support of legislation that would give adult adoptees access to their original birth records. Similar legislation is being considered in nine other states.

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