SMAAC (Senior Mothers Adoption Activist Coalition) is a group for Activist Women who are seeking acknowledgment, recognition and possible redress for being forced to surrender their newborn infants for adoption during the time period from World War II to the passage of Roe vs. Wade in 1973. The passage of that landmark piece of legislation indicated a change in attitudes, outlook and other legislation that allowed women rights and options that were unheard of prior to that time and are taken for granted today.

We are solely about these goals. We are not activists for open records exclusively for adoptees, nor are our efforts directed towards the adoption practices of later years and today.