Now What? A Webinar About Getting Involved in ACPA

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Inspired by an exciting and reinventing ACPA14 Convention, the Multiracial Network (MRN) hosted this webinar to share stories and tips for getting involved in entity groups without ACPA.

Panelists include:

* Brian Arao (Past-Chair for Commission for Social Justice Educators); 
* Beth John (Past-Chair for Multiracial Network and Member of Mid-Level Managers Group);
* Bernie Liang (Past-Chair for Asian Pacific American Network and Convention Planning Team); 
* Heather C. Lou (Past-Chair for Multiracial Network); 
* Rachel Luna (Current-Chair for Multiracial Network and Past-Coordinator for Sponsored Programs in Standing Committee for Graduate Students and New Professionals); and, 
* Windi Sasaki (Past-Chair of Standing Committee for Multicultural Affairs, Past-Chair for Asian Pacific American Network, Convention Planning Team)

We have created a recap of the webinar here and hope that you will check it out!

Please let us know if you would like to participate in future MRN-sponsored webinars, or if you have ideas for new ones!

-Multiracial Network

 

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One thought on “Now What? A Webinar About Getting Involved in ACPA

  1. J

    Well it’s about time we address these issues! It’s not just black an white anymore! When you are mixed you experience racism from multiple sides,we need to standup for each other,in love and truth! Everyone deserves happiness,freedom,I had racist white teachers as a kid,racists black teachers as well! I want to see
    Diversity for all,blk,white,Asian,Latino
    Jew,German,Russian,however you are mixed. We deserve to have amazing careers,not based on what people see!
    Life is about being responsible,being accountable,being kind to all my brothers and sisters! Shalom

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