September 15, 2020
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Join adoptive parents, adult adoptees and Spence-Chapin staff members for an open discussion about adoption, race, and identity. Our conversation will focus on racism and discrimination experienced in the Latinx community and promoting a positive identity formation for adoptees of this birth culture. This event is open to adoptive parents and prospective adoptive parents. The event will take place via Zoom and will be a facilitated group-based discussion.
We will be joined by a featured guest, Rachel Perez.
Rachel (she/they/Rae) is a Queer, Black and Indigenous Person of Color (BIPOC) with a dash of sofrito. They are an award-winning multidisciplinary artist, educator, and adoptee advocate who views the arts as an invaluable vehicle for healing and building community. A theater artist, vocalist, mover, writer, and poet, their work spans multiple genres, contexts and locales.