NASPA
2018 NASPA Annual Conference

Multiracial Students and Transracial Adoptees Finding Their Place in Racial Justice Activism

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While student activism on college campuses is not new, there has been a resurgence of highly-publicized campaigns in recent years. Multiracial students can struggle to find their place in current racial justice movements. Content will be joined at the intersections of multiracial identity and student activism, integrating multiracial and transracial adoptee identity development. Ways in which monoracism and multiracial microaggressions can shape multiracial and transracial adoptees’ placemaking in racial justice movements will also be addressed.

Additional registration required
When

Sunday, March 4
9:00 am to 12:00 pm

Where

115 B
Pennsylvania Convention Center

Presented by

Benjamin Beltran , Academic Advisor, Trinity Washington University
Nicholas Franco , Pride Center Manager, Eastern Washington University
Christina Wan , Senior Student Development Specialist for Advocacy & Student Success, Georgia State University
Willa Kurland , Seattle University
Russell Nelson , Assistant Residence Director, University of Vermont