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October Discussion Group-Internalized Racism and White Privilege

  • 10/29/2018
  • 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
  • Dali Conference Room on the 14th Floor, Impact Hub, 50 Milk Street, Boston MA

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Location: Impact Hub, 50 Milk Street, Boston MA - Dali Room on the 14th floor 

 

Have you ever thought you benefitted from being a trans-national adoptee?  Have you sometimes felt "guilty" for what you received?  Have you felt a sense of internalized guilt/racism towards other Koreans?  Have you felt like you have needed to constantly navigate through being Korean, yet feeling "White" on the inside?


If so, this discussion is for you.  


Join us for October's discussion group on October 29th. While we always welcome drop-ins, if you know you're coming please register to make sure we have enough food.

 

Impact Hub/CIC is located at 50 Milk Street, in downtown Boston. Check in at the front desk, let them know you're here for a BKA event at ImpactHub, and take an elevator up.


There is street parking and then the Post Office Garage has the best rate: https://www.posquare.com/rates-hours/


BKA Discussion Group is made possible by a grant from the Korean Ministry of Health and Wellness. Previously, the discussion group has hosted events on various film screenings and discussions on KAD conferences, anxiety, stereotypes, relationships, and families among adoptees.

If you have topics that you're interested in or feedback you want to share, please contact Laura Jee (LKnuttunen@gmail.com), Timothy Rehberg (rehbergtimothy@gmail.com) or reach out to a board member.  

 

 

 

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