Episode #75: Unnecessary Hurt with Julie “JC” Miller


John & Nelson talk with Julie “JC” Miller, a Salvadoran adoptee, about her search, the importance of owning the process, and some helpful resources.

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Separated from my family during El Salvador's civil war, by death and adoption, I was reunited with them at the age of 16. I do entrepreneurial art projects that are meaningful, relevant, and push me creatively.

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2 thoughts on “Episode #75: Unnecessary Hurt with Julie “JC” Miller

  1. Gina Alcantara formerly known as Imelda Lopez

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    I also was adopted to an American family in Ohio in 1984 from war torn El Salvador. I was fortunate enough that my adoptive parents had all my adoption papers. Long story short, I was the first case in the U.S.A. to be reunited with my biological family with the help of ProBusqueda and Ralf Sprenkles and the rest of the gang who were kind enough to have me stay at their house in San Salvadir and whom also translated for me being I spoke no English.
    The only thing I have to say is keep positive and keep Faith, God will help in the bad and the good. He will make things possible. It may take time, but don’t get discouraged.
    Anyone who wants to see my story can go to 60 minutes website and look up War Torn El Salvador, Gina Craig.


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      Sorry meant to say they translated for me because I spoke no Spanish. And of course my biological family spoke no English.


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