Growing Up Transracially Adopted in Wooden ShoesThursday Nov 18 7:00pm
31 W 10th Street
Robyn Afrik, was originally from Seoul, Korea, and was adopted by a Caucasian Dutch family in the U.S in the 1970s. Rebekah Bakker was born in Icheon, South Korea, naturalized at the age of 4, and raised by Dutch adoptive parents in Holland, Michigan. Robyn and Rebekah will share the historical context for international adoptions in West Michigan and growing up as transracially adopted Korean females in Holland. Join us as they share their stories of origin, identity, and activism.
Thursday, November 18, 2021
Free Adult program; masks required.
Registration required on Eventbrite: https://us-east-2.protection.sophos.com?d=hollandmuseum.org&u=aHR0cHM6Ly9ob2xsYW5kbXVzZXVtLm9yZy9ldmVudC9ncm93aW5nLXVwLXRyYW5zcmFjaWFsbHktYWRvcHRlZC1pbi13b29kZW4tc2hvZXMvP2V2ZW50X2RhdGU9MjAyMS0xMS0xOA==&i=NWU4MzliYWNkZDA1NzEwZDhlYWM1OTFi&t=WmVQV3hvakFINkxiS3B0U1F1YUhRalJxbTBQY2pZb3ZYekdpSmo5Zmdabz0=&h=cfacb8d72ef7442b99cd57bd05146c96
This is a Holland Museum Cultural Lens program.