Talking Race, ID & Racism with Families of Color Seattle

As featured in the Multiracial Asian Families blog:

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“On Saturday October 10 I had the very distinct honor of being part of Families of Color Seattle (FOCS)‘s first of five Community Dialogues on Race and Family: “Talking Race, Identity and Racism.” FOCS is an emerging, young local nonprofit whose mission is to build strong communities of color by supporting families via parenting programs, resource sharing, and fostering meaningful connections. Their vision is children of color will be born into loving world that is racially and economically just. This is the first time the org has undertaken a community dialogue series. The other dialogues will include: “Multiracial Families,” “Anti-Bias Education and Schools,” “Anti-Racist Birthing,” and “Transracial Adoption Experiences.””

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