Oregon Humanities: Race and Adoption!

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Oregon Humanities: Race and Adoption!

April 18 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm

Race and Adoption
Public

· Hosted by Trifoia

Race and Adoption

The decision to adopt across racial or cultural lines is a lifelong commitment to exploring matters of race and identity, confronting racism in all its forms, and developing new skills and perspectives. In this conversation, facilitator Astrid Castro will ask participants to explore questions such as, What role do race and racism play in your family? What are the personal experiences that inform how you talk to adopted children in your life about where they are from? Where do you need to grow to be the best resource you can be for children who are adopted? While particularly of relevance to families directly in transracial adoptive families, this conversation will also raise questions of how we talk to children about important issues like race and identity, adoption, and cultural appropriation

  • Hosted by Trifoia
  • Trifoia will be hosting an Oregon Humanities Conversation. This will be a public event led by our good friend, and adoption and race expert, Astrid Castro, discussing Race, Adoption, and Family. Please put it on your calendar!
Thanks so much Elise, Adam and Astrid for your work in organizing this.

Details

Date:
April 18
Time:
6:30 pm - 8:00 pm

Venue

trifoia
1203 Willamette
Eugene, OR 97405 United States
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