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Transracial Adoption Education- Race: Is It An Ethnic Notion?
Race: Is It An Ethnic Notion?
Drawing on our nation's racialized past Peter Reineke will lead us through a viewing of historical artifacts as a means to understand modern American society in the context of our history and its impact on our history today. Using these touch points, Peter will demonstrate the significance of our national ethnographic history and how it impacts our current thinking as well as that of our children, whether we know it or not. Taking this information we will explore conversations and lessons that we can pass along to youth of color as well as their white peers to help them understand and fight against the pervasive power of racism and radicalized stereotyping.
This workshop is appropriate for both transracial and same race adopters.
Featured Speaker: Peter Reinke
Peter Reinke is the Assistant Head of the Buckley School in Southern California. He has spoken both regionally and nationally on issues of race and ethnicity. Peter has worked on the legislative staff of U.S. Senator John H. Chafee. He also was a founding board member of U.S. Senator Jim Jeffords' Everybody Wins Literacy Project, an experience that led him to join the teaching profession. Peter also serves on the California board of Common Cause, an organization dedicated to transparency in government and the advisory boards of the East Bay College Fund and the Heads Up Program. Peter himself is an African American transracial adoptee.
Cost For Non-Members: $42
Pact Members receive a 15% discount at check out.
At Door Registration: $42/member $50/non-member
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