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What Happens When Adoptive Parents Have Conversations With Adoptees?

photoWhat happens?  Good discussions, just like last night at the Families With Children From Asia Midwest/Land of Gazillion Adoptees Coffee and Conversation with Eric Sharp of Mu Performing Arts.  Eric talked extensively about the thriving Minnesota theater scene, and the generally casual conversation turned a bit lively during a discussion about race.  All in all, it was a fantastic conversation, and the organizers look forward to the next two events, which will feature JaeRan Kim, aka, the artist formerly known as Harlow’s Monkey, and the fabulous Shannon Gibney.

If you’d like to sign up for the next two events, you can do so here.  If you want to check out Eric’s current production, go here.  If you want good baked goods, go here.

Toodles.

1 Comment on What Happens When Adoptive Parents Have Conversations With Adoptees?

  1. Regina Blevins // March 20, 2013 at 8:05 am // Reply

    Yes, Great conversation! I have so many more questions…. Eric gave thoughtful insight into tough topics. As a parent of an 18 year old Asian adoptee, I seek to understand and offer my child support through his journey, I can never walk in his shoes, but I can hold his hand along the way….I thank Eric for giving his time to discuss and offer perspective!

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