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Asian American adoptees meet to challenge anti-Blackness

August 16, 2020 @ 2:00 CDT - 3:30 CDT

Free

A free virtual event on how Asian American adoptees can challenge anti-Blackness will be held in three 90-minute sessions over three consecutive Sundays in August.  How Asian Adoptees Can Support Black Lives Matter, sponsored by AKConnection and the Network of Politicized Adoptees, will consist of a moderated panel, discussion about identity, racial consciousness, how white supremacy shows up in our society, and how to apply an anti-racist lens to one’s life.

Session One, on Sunday August 16, will consist of a moderated panel and discussion. Moderator is Soojin Pate, a Twin Cities author, diversity trainer, professor/research into the history of marginalized peoples.  Panelists for the first session are: Sung Ja Shin, Elly Fireside, Jaehoon Lee, and Kim Richard.

Details

Date:
August 16, 2020
Time:
2:00 CDT - 3:30 CDT
Cost:
Free
Website:
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/how-asian-adoptees-can-support-black-lives-matter-tickets-114480969662

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