It is important for prospective and adoptive parents parenting black and brown children to support their adoptive child's racial identity development by learning how to have hard conversations and help them build resiliency. Plan to join us on Wednesday, August 11, from 7P to 8:30P ET for a powerful workshop: Raising Black Boys and Girls. Transracial adoption has many complexities, one of which is racial identity development support for adoptees. In this presentation, Isaac will share his personal, racial identity journey and provide attendees with guidance on how they can come alongside and support their adoptive child's racial identity development.
Isaac Etter is an activist and social entrepreneur. Isaac was transracially adopted at the age of two. He is a transracial adoption, and racial bias consultant at Etter Consulting, a consulting firm Isaac founded in January of 2019. Isaac has a passion for helping families and adoption agencies learn about racial bias and create inclusive homes. Isaac is a frequent speaker in many settings, including colleges, adoption agencies, and conferences. Isaac has used his story of being adopted and growing up in a white world to curate deep conversations about race in America. With his unique insight into racial tensions between white and black communities, Isaac can curate meaningful conversations, where everyone learns to value each other and their experience while learning about systemic racism, privilege, and their role in it.