TALKING ABOUT RACE: Becoming Advocates for Our Adopted Chinese Daughters & Sons
An FCC Online Discussion for Adoptive Parents
WITH: Psychologist Amanda Baden, PhD
& Renee Shand-Lubbers, MaryRose Kaplan & Rebecca Randall, Montclair State University doctoral program in Counseling
WHEN: Tuesday, September 15, 2020
7:00 to 8:30 pm EDT
WHERE: Register at FCCNY.org to receive a Zoom Link
FEE: Members: $10 (log in for discounted rate)
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During these turbulent times of COVID 19-related anti-Asian racism and Black Lives Matter protests in the wake of police violence against African Americans, many parents are wondering how to have meaningful discussions with their children about race and racism. As parents of sons and daughters of all ages who are Chinese, how can we support them and be their best advocates? What does it actually mean to be anti-racist? Join FCC NY and Dr. Amanda Baden for a panel discussion on how to discuss race and build an anti-racist perspective.”
Dr. Amanda Baden will lead by discussing:
This will be followed by a panel discussion with three women from the Montclair State Counseling program about their experiences in racial sensitivity training and their journeys to becoming anti-racist. These will be followed by a Q&A with participants.
Please join us, and bring your thoughts and questions to this very important discussion at the intersection of race, adoption, and parenting.
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FCC Greater New YorkWe are a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization supporting Chinese adoptees and their families and friends.
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