MASC’s parent/teacher guide for teaching multiracial children about mixed identity is available for sale online. This handbook incorporates examples based on the experiences of real families, as well as activities that have been implemented successfully in classrooms and parenting workshops.
To learn more about the handbook, its creators, and purchase a copy click HERE. To join the conversation on Facebook click HERE.
MASC VP Sonia Smith-Kang greets our children to Noah’s Ark.
NOAH’S ARK 2017
Our guest families had a great time again on their visit. Stop by the Skirball to see Paul Simon: Words & Music, a traveling exhibit here through Sept 3.
CENSUS IN THE NEWS
Census Director John Thompson abruptly resigns.
Budget cuts threaten conducting a thorough and accurate census putting “hard-to-count” communities such as mixed race people at risk of being under-counted.
To learn more about this developing story click HERE.
Do you enjoy event planning? Do you have experience with organizing parties? MASC is looking for a few volunteers to join a planning committee for our upcoming evening event! This will be an annual event so help us get the ball rolling in the right direction!
Larissa is the Parent Liaison for MASC. She was born to Italian and Persian immigrant parents on the East Coast and raised in Southern California. She earned her Master’s degree in Public Health from Boston University. Larissa began her career as a children’s policy advocate and now works as a public health emergency manager. She writes personal essays about her mixed heritage and multiracial family for a local regional magazine. To learn more about Larissa please read her essay in Orange Coast Magazine HERE.
Special thanks to
For all her hard efforts supporting MASC, especially with FUNDRAISING and our Color Conversation program. We couldn’t do it without you!