Sat, May 22|
Hidden Falls Park
MWM TRA/TNA Dialogue: Unpacking & Claiming Our Collective Safety
We will meet in-person outside at Hidden Falls in St. Paul, MN. Plan to wear a mask and create 3 feet of social distance! The conversation will be loosely structured around the topic of ‘collective safety,’ with a mix of whole group and small group opportunities to share story and make community.
Time & Location
May 22, 2021, 3:00 PM – 5:00 PM CDT
Hidden Falls Park , Hidden Falls Dr, St Paul, MN 55116, USA
About the Event
The MidWest Mixed Transracial/Transnational Adoptee Dialogues will meet four times this year. Our first offering is this month, on Saturday, May 22nd, from 3-5pm.
We will meet in-person at Hidden Falls in St. Paul, MN. Exact location will be sent 24 hours before the meeting. In order to continue to follow Covid-19 protocols with an abundance of safety, plan to wear a mask and create 3 feet of social distance to protect those among us at higher risk.
The conversation will be loosely structured around the topic of ‘collective safety,’ with a mix of whole group and small group opportunities to share story and make community. The dialogue will be facilitated by Jenny Kordosky and Nathan Zeckmeister. See bios below!
For more information on this or other Dialogues this year, email Jenny at firstname.lastname@example.org
Jenny (she/her/hers) is a Korean Adoptee who grew up in the wilds of first-ring TC suburbs.
She's spent the past seven years teaching and learning here and in California.
She feels blessed to be a mama to mixed kids and to live with two cats, one pup, and one sweet rattie. She works as a caregiver, abolitionist & sex ed curriculum writer, educational equity consultant, and with MWM. She loves the color of spring radishes and 90s R&B.
Nathan Zeckmeister is a full time student taking biology and mathematics courses in preparation for a career change after leaving their previous job last fall. Currently they are also working part time in the construction field and are enjoying the arrival of spring and outdoor planting season as the outdoors is one of their passions. They have been with MWM both as a participant and as member of the facilitation team since 2016. Nathan identifies as a Black Transracial Adoptee and was primarily raised in Northern Wisconsin.