Where: The Hello Kitty Exhibit at Japanese American National Museum
When: Friday, April 17, 2015- at 11 AM
Join us for a playdate with Hello Kitty! RSVP now for discounted tickets to receive 20% off the regular prices of $20 for adults and $10 for ages 6-17 (ages 5 and under are free). No need to pay online in advance. Pay at the door.
We will meet on steps in front of the museum and enter together for the discounted tickets.
For more info about the exhibit please visit JANM’s website by clicking HERE.
“Color Conversation: Straight Talk on the Race Talk” a Huge Success!
We had a really powerful conversation about talking race with children, being a parent, processing the difficult things we ourselves are facing.
Parents in the audience shared tearful stories of struggle, being excommunicated by extended family members, and more. Others, especially panelists, shared stories of uplifting, strategies, and things that work.
Board member, Jennifer Noble, PhD, was the perfect moderator. She was an amazing balance of sharing her own story and as a clinician- to help people make sense of how they were feeling and unpacking the situation they were facing.
Special thanks to our bold and generous panelists for sharing and connecting with our audience: Ijumaa Jordan, MA, Reed & Allison Garwood, and Khanisha Foster.
Outside of this intense sharing was a beautiful playground and garden for the children, tended to by the school staff, their older siblings, and our own volunteers. How beautiful to see all of the children being together, and just … being.
Multicultural Music CD Library- Lakeshore Learning
Bino & Fino
Coming Soon: Noah’s Ark at the Skirball Center!
Our annual FREE visit to Noah’s Ark at the Skirball Center will be May 16 from 11 AM to Noon. Space is limited so priority access will be granted to MASC members before we open it up to the general public. This event is wildly popular and usually fills up within days, so keep an eye out for our next announcement. To become a MASC member click HERE. More event details to go out soon.
MASC Represents YOU!
On April 25, MASC Board members Kiyoshi Huston and Monika Vega will present at the Mixed Student Union UCLA “Mixed Heritage Conference.” They will present on multiracial advocacy after college with reference to the history of the movement.
Would you support a “multiracial” box on the Census if it also meant making civil rights enforcement more difficult? Let us know your thoughts on this question. You can post to our Facebook page. Submit a story to Mixed Space HERE. Or just send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.