Join the Multiracial Network in a hour long webinar discussion on Friday, October 28th with Dr. Kathleen Odell Korgen (Editor) and Dr. Marc Johnston-Guerrero (Chapter author) as they discuss in the first book to offer a closer look at the effects of multiracial citizens on race-related policies.
Registration link: gotowebinar.com/register/9102985786355176193
Webinar is open for all and is free!
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“As the number of people who identify as multiracial is growing rapidly, policies that relate to race continue to lag behind, failing to properly account for the ways that a multiracial citizenry complicates programs aimed at mitigating the effects of racism, ameliorating past discrimination, and more. The book takes up key questions relating to the intersection of race-based policies, social welfare, education, and multiracial citizens, while drawing on tools and techniques from a range of fields to present a picture of where we’re at today and what possible steps are needed to create more effective and more inclusive policies in the future.”
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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.
* 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!