The Crawford Family Forum presents a conversation about what it means to be adopted, for both parent or child, especially when differences in culture or race are part of the family portrait.
The guest panelists include people different phases of the adoption process. How do people arrive at the decision to adopt? How does a sense of cohesive family life, and family and individual identity get built? Are there challenges, or unexpected rewards, that come at certain stages in the experience of being adopted? Attendees can share their own adoptive journeys.
Admission is free, but RSVP is required.