“The Color Conversation: Straight Talk on the Race Talk: How to Handle Difficult Comments Made by Friends or Family”
Saturday, March 21 1 PM to 4 PM Location to be Announced
Our second parenting seminar will continue the conversation from our first parenting seminar starting where we left off: how to respond to racist comments from family and friends. We will have a new line-up of speakers but the same safe and supportive environment for dialogue. Childcare will be provided. Stay tuned for further details to come soon including instructions for reservations.
You talk the talk, now walk the walk!
You take pride in being multiracial.
You look for opportunities to celebrate mixed identity.
You want the world to know more about multiracial people and families.
You believe multiracial issues are so important you’re willing to put money on it!
So why not support what we do all year by joining as a member?
The purpose of the Mixed Alumni Association is to foster a sense of community among UCLA alumni who identify with the mixed heritage experience, and to provide continued support for the mixed heritage community at UCLA through networking, fundraising and advocacy. The goals for this organization include hosting an annual reunion/mixer event, awarding an annual scholarship for mixed heritage students, and more. If you are interested in being a member of the UCLA Mixed Alumni Association, please fill out this interest form (leadership positions are available!) and you will be notified about future events, programs and opportunities.
For any questions, feel free to contact Jenifer Logia at email@example.com
Our blog site Mixed Space is a slice of life for the mixed community. You don’t need to write an essay, just share what happened to you today. If it happened to you it probably happened to someone else, too! So don’t be shy because we want to hear what you have to say.
MASC’s founder Nancy Brown participated in a talkback session after The Pasadena Playhouse’s production of “The Whipping Man.” Questions of faith and culture raised during the play were shared not only by the panelists but by the cast as well. This incredibly moving show pushes the audience out of its comfort zone through a recreation of past events that still resonate today. Special thanks to Fanshen Cox-DiGiovanni from Mixed Roots Stories and The Pasadena Playhouse for inviting us to participate.