Can You Support or Participate in Transracial Adoption AND Fight Racial Injustice? Please join Adoption Resources and adoption educator Angela Tucker for an insightful online workshop about transracial adoption . The adoption experience is a multifaceted journey for the entire family, but it is often the adoptee who bears the brunt of navigating the complexity of the experience. The nuanced perspectives of transracial adoptees are often overlooked in white-dominated spaces, including school communities, society at large, and even, in some cases, by their adoptive parents. Angela's workshop will allow you to learn from the experts…the adoptees themselves. When: Wednesday, June 3, 6:30 - 8:00 p.m. Where: Online, via Zoom video conferencing Cost: $25 per family *Scholarships are available. Audience: This workshop is appropriate for adoptees, adoptive parents, prospective parents, therapists, social work professionals, and media personnel Registration: Purchase tickets on Eventbrite . Certificates will be provided for 1.5 hours of pre-adoption training. If you have any questions, please contact Deb Shrier, LICSW at firstname.lastname@example.org . Learning Objectives Learn about the history and intersections of racial and social norms in America as it relates to transracial adoption. Develop strategies for identifying, preventing, and responding to adoption-specific microaggressions. Increase awareness of common issues relating to transracial adoption: racism, unconscious biases, colorism, stereotypes, implicit biases, internalized racism. Develop strategies for identifying and responding to adoption-related issues. Learn how to create a more inclusive and welcoming environment for adoptees. Featured Speaker: Angela Tucker Internationally-recognized adoption educator Angela Tucker, who is also a transracial adoptee, will provide information, tools, and resources to better understand the life and plight of transracial adoptees. Angela leads with authenticity to encourage a paradigm shift and has spent her career dedicated to amplifying adoptee voices. She is committed to advancing the conversation, not just having one.