To celebrate multiracial identity in a racially inclusive world.
MASC advocates for and fosters multiracial community and identity.
While many use the summer season for vacation from work the MASC board used it to brainstorm our new vision, mission, and strategic planning for another year. Look for new and exciting things coming from MASC soon and more of our already fine multiracial programming.
Save the date for
MASC’s Annual Summer Picnic
WHERE: Sunset Beach (North end of Huntington Beach) Corner of Warner and Pacific Coast Highway
WHEN: Saturday, August 29th 2 PM to 5 PM
FREE MASC grocery tote bag to all attendees (while supplies last). Food, drinks and music provided by MASC.
MASC has an immediate opening for a part-time paid event planner to help us put together our Color Conversation parenting seminars.
Prospective candidates must:
Live in Southern California
Demonstrate experience with event planning
Have an interest in multiracial issues
Typical commitment is five to ten hours a month and must be able to work weekends. Great for students! Please submit resume with cover letter and references to email@example.com. We are seeking to fill this position by end of September.
Building community all year round!
Here’s a sample of what we have been up to this year (in case you missed it):
January: Screening and discussion of movie “Black or White”
February: Pasadena Playhouse talkback session after “The Whipping Man”
March: Color Conversation parenting seminar “Straight Talk on the Race Talk”
April: Presentation at UCLA student conference “Your Future in the Mixed Race Movement”
May: Visit to Noah’s Ark at the Skirball Cultural Center
Appearance on the “100% Mixed Show”
June: Color Conversation “Healthy Identity Happy Kids” with teen breakout session
Attendance and info table at Mixed Remixed festival
Members featured in LA Parent magazine
July: Identity development workshop at Independent School Alliance orientation
Board retreat, vision, mission, and strategic planning.
Coming this fall: More Color Conversation and Multiracial Student Education curriculum
Special thanks to MIXED ROOTS STORIES for their shout-out in their latest newsletter. We are excited to be working on the CMRS 2017 site committee with them and with ALL our friends and partners in the Multiracial Movement throughout the years.