As we continue the work to advocate for social justice and advocate for the inclusion of diversity in all aspects of our everyday lives, now is the time to begin incorporating the very real lived experiences of transracial adoptees. It is important to recognize the many additional intersections that TRA students bring to multicultural, social, political, educational economic and historical contexts. Continue reading Op-Ed: Supporting TRA Students In Higher Education Because Love is Not Enough
Tacking the first six months of living in NYC. Continue reading SEA -> NYC: A New Chapter for Me!
Within the white support system I grew up in, one thing still eluded me. Home. Some may think home is where the heart is. Home is where your family is. Home is where you make it. I can appreciate these intangible definitions, because I firmly believe that the notion of home is much more than a building with roof and an address. Yet, when I think of home as a transracial adoptee, I still feel incomplete… Continue reading The Transracial Adoptee Experience – First Entry
I was recently asked on a Facebook post three questions as a result of the immigration executive order signed by Donald Trump. Here are my answers based on facts. Continue reading Answering to Trump’s (Muslim) Immigration Ban
Protestors at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport Joins the Nation In Opposition to Trump’s Immigration Executive Order. Continue reading Protest at Seattle-Tacoma Int’l Airport Joins Against Trump’s Immigration Executive Order
Tuesday, January 24th, 2017 Hi Sally! First, I hope you had a good day as any, given the circumstances. I don’t know how tough your day was, or how vulnerable you may feel, or how uncomfortable this may all be … Continue reading Sally Boynton Brown, DNC Chair Candidate, Attacked for Supporting #BlackLivesMatter. I Stand With Sally!