The numerous identities a(n) Asian/APIDA/Transnational Adoptee (from Asia) holds shapes each individual's personal meaning of the word "heritage." Our relationship with familial history, culture and tradition are impacted by our intersectional identities, complicating the stereotypical understanding of heritage. This panel will serve as a space for sharing personal truths and experiences among Asian / APIDA and Transnational Adoptee panelists regarding their journeys with identity and heritage.
James Wilson (he/him) : details to come!
Caitlin Behle (she/her) : details to come!
Eunice Uhm (she/her): PhD Candidate - History of Art,OSU
Jacob Chang (he/him): 3rd year Undergraduate Student Double major in Psychology and Political Science, OSU
Wayland Hinds (he/him): Program Coordinator, OSAS Undergraduate Admissions, OSU
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