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PART II Looking Back at 2020: Chinese Transracial Adoptees’ Experience Amid Dual Racial Pandemics - Research presented by Hannah Wing, M.S.Ed.

  • 06/28/2023
  • 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
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Looking Back at 2020:

Chinese Transracial Adoptees' Experience Amid Dual Racial Pandemics

Research presented by Hannah Wing, M.S.Ed.

Wednesday, June 28th, 7-8:30 PM EDT via Zoom

This event is open to the general public, ages 13+

We invite all adoptees, parents/family members, friends, and allies to join. Attendees under 16 years of age must receive parental/guardian consent to attend.

We are excited to welcome Chinese adoptee Hannah Wing as she presents her 
research Looking Back at 2020: Chinese Transracial Adoptees’ Experience Amid Dual Racial Pandemics.

About Hannah:

Hannah Wing is a fifth-year doctoral student in Fordham University’s Counseling Psychology Ph.D. Program. She is a member of the Chinese Adoptee Alliance and had previously co-facilitated discussion groups for transracial adoptees. As part of her clinical training, she has provided trauma-informed therapy to diverse populations across various settings: Veterans Affairs, civilian outpatient hospital, college counseling, and community mental health. Committed to giving voice to transracial adoptees, her research explores the identity development, racial and cultural socialization, and microaggression experiences of this community. Her publications have appeared in the Asian American Journal of Psychology and Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology.

Event details: 

2020 was a time of uncertainty for us all. The repercussions of enduring the COVID-19 global pandemic and two racial reckonings, Black Lives Matter and anti-Asian Hate, have had their lasting effects on the Asian community and more specifically, the Chinese adoptee community. During this event, we hope to learn more about how the pandemic era has affected the Chinese adoptee community and provide a space to reflect on our own experiences.
We will have an opportunity to hear from Hannah herself as she presents her research findings. After Hannah's presentation, we will open up a Q&A portion. We will end the night with a discussion amongst each other and share any final thoughts. 

We look forward to creating a brave space where we can learn from each other's experiences.

We hope you can join us!

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