Mixed Heritage Week

From the amazing Alicia Castagno ’12:

April 2-6 is Mixed Heritage Week!
Join MIX in celebrating and exploring mixed heritage awareness
Mixed heritage: Any self-identifying pluralistic identity including multiracial, multiethnic, cross-cultural and transracially adopted

Open to anyone and everyone.

Monday April 2: Screening of Bullfrog Film’s 2011 Documentary, “Multiracial Identity” on mixed heritage identity and multiracial history in the United States.
6:30-7:30pm Usdan 108

Tuesday April 3: An open discussion of mixed heritage and identity politics, facilitated Professor McAlister, creator of “Mixed in America: Race Religion and Memoir.” Catering by Iguanas Ranas! 
6-8pm Usdan 110

Wednesday April 4: Loving Day Celebration featuring guest speaker Ken Tanabe, founder of Loving Day.
Loving Day celebrates the Loving v. Virginia Supreme Court case that legalized interracial marriage and became a landmark victory for marriage equality.
4pm Usdan 108
Thursday April 5: Express yourself! Make your own t-shirt and participate in a casual discussion led by MIX members of the diverse ways in which mixed heritage may be expressed. Materials provided by MIX!
4-6pm 200 Church
Friday April 6: Open Mic sponsored by MIX and AASC.
7-9pm 200 Church
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