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RECORDED WEBINAR: Race, Difference & Communication in Adoptive Families

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This webinar was pre-recorded in August 2020 (75 minutes).

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Dr. Sara Docan-Morgan, Professor of Communication Studies and Chair of the Ethnic and Racial Studies Department at University of Wisconsin- La Crosse, will share her research on adoptive family communication about race and difference, and birth family reunions. Dr. Docan-Morgan has recently authored the chapter "Adoptive Families" in The Macmillan Encyclopedia of Intimate and Family Relationships: An Interdisciplinary Approach. She has been researching communication and adoptive families since 2004. Her main areas of interest have been communication about race in transracial adoptions, as well as the dynamics surrounding international birth family reunions. Dr. Docan-Morgan's work has been published in Adoption Quarterly, the Journal of Family Communication, the Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, and the Journal of Korean Adoption Studies, among others. She serves on the editorial board for the Journal of Family Communication.

This pre-recorded webinar will remain available until 8/24/2021.

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Wisconsin Adoption & Permanency Support is funded by a grant from the Wisconsin Department of Children and Families to offer supportive services that cover a wide continuum of needs for Wisconsin's adoptive & guardianship families, adult adoptees and birth families. Our program is built on collaboration with individuals, professionals, organizations and community members throughout Wisconsin who are impacted by adoption & guardianship. 

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