Who determines one’s racial identity; our biological parents, adoptive caregivers, or even the government? What responsibility do adoptive parents bear of educating their adopted children about their race or culture? Transracial marriages and adoptions continue to blur the once stark lines of racial identity, while First Nations families risk losing their status through intermarriage.
Spur asks: How do we reconcile increasingly complex racial and cultural identities?
- General admission: $25
- Students (with valid ID): $16
- April 10, 2016
- 3:00 pm
- Hart House Debates Room, 2nd floor, 7 Hart House Circle, Toronto