- Jun 27, 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM CDTZoom ConversationThe movement is dynamic, fluid, and strong. As mixed folks, traveling an exploitative, extractive, cultural terrain, how do we show up? What does authentic solidarity and unity look like for us when so often the term, 'authentic,' can be a trigger? Let's continue this conversation with our community
OUr Work Centers...
Black, Indigenous & POC of all skin tones and across the gender and sexuality spectrum who identify as or connect to the experiences of being mixed-race, multiracial, biracial, multiethnic, or as transracial and/or transnational adoptees. We also hold space for interracial couples and multiracial/mixed families.
We use dialogue, alternative education, & artistic expression to support mixed people & transracial adoptees of color to learn through an intersectional framework, heal racial trauma, and build community solidarity in the struggle for equity and justice.
We envision a world free from oppressive social constructs, in which we draw on the healing powers of knowing our past, grounding into our present, and cultivating a just future for our descendants.