Some of you have faithfully supported and followed us for years. Some of you have learned about us recently. We can’t exist without your help! MASC is almost entirely run by passionate volunteers, but passion alone doesn’t pay the bills. A small donation from each of you would cover our general expenses for a year and show strong community support. Any amount is welcome. To donate click HERE.
Who advocates for the Multiracial Community year round?
There are many groups that celebrate being mixed. There are many conferences to educate people. There are many on-line resources, blogs, and social media to foster conversation. But who is advocating for the policy changes needed by the multiracial community? MASC has made advocacy central to our mission while still educating and celebrating multiracial identity. See our blog HERE.
Where would we be today if MASC wasn’t there back then?
Few groups have the history of MASC to back up the activism of today. When you attend a MASC sponsored event you gain not only the latest insights, but also benefit from the wealth of experience we have amassed serving the multiracial community.
MASC to offer Interfaith Family workshop at USC conference November 14
Good news! The Interfaith Council of USC has invited us to join their conference and share our seminar with their group! By offering our forthcoming seminar Nurturing Interfaith Families as part of an existing interfaith conference occurring at USC on the same day we can take advantage of reaching an existing audience on interfaith issues and raise awareness to a new group of people of the great work that we do. We will still be having more Color Conversation seminars next year.
Congratulations to returning MASC board members
Board member elections were held in October for the 2016 to 2017 term
Every year, half the board positions come up for election. One of the perks of membership is participating in board elections. The following board members were elected for terms to last two years:
Ready to join this movement? Take the Multiracial National Advocacy Surveywhere you can show your support and add your name to a growing list of supporters. For completing the survey you will receive a special badge to share with friends, family, and all acquaintances.
VETERANS DAY November 11
It has been said:
“Every soldier fights a war hoping it will be the last.”
Let us thank all the men and women that keep us safe every day. May the last war be the last one.