Letters to the Editor

Invitation to Jun 20 Event “Parenting Mixed Race Children”

From the good folks at Anomaly, EurasianNation and Swirl:

If you’re in NYC, please join EurasianNation as we co-host a discussion panel entitled “Parenting Mixed Race Children” on Sunday, June 20, 2004 from 2-4 pm. The event is part of a discussion series called “Fusion: Ethnicity and Identity in a Changing Society.”

***Please RSVP at rsvp@fusionseries.com***

There are nearly 166,000 multiracial children living in New York City. What are the issues that parents face in providing safe, happy homes that value inclusiveness? Parents, mixed individuals and interracial couples address the impact of family dynamics, schools, neighborhoods, and societal racism in raising children that have a well-rounded sense of their mixed cultural heritages.

Admission: $5 adults; free for students and children under 18

Sunday, June 20, 2004
2-4 pm

Jasmine Gallery
873 Broadway, Suite 202
(corner of 18th Street)
New York, NY

To RSVP for the panel discussion, email rsvp@fusionseries.com.
For more information about this event or the Fusion Series, email team@fusionseries.com or visit www.fusionseries.com.

***Please RSVP at rsvp@fusionseries.com***

The Fusion Series focuses on issues that are relevant to mixed adults, mixed families, transracial adoptees, and interracial/cultural/faith couples. It provides an open and honest forum in which different communities can come together for meaningful dialogue and coalition building. To read transcripts, view photos, and download fact sheets from our previous events, please visit our Web site at

The series is spearheaded by the documentary film Anomaly, the online magazine EurasianNation.com, and the community organization Swirl, Inc., which all focus on giving voice to, and bringing together multiethnic and multicultural communities.

Take care,


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