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Judith Craig Morency is a transracial, transnational, foundling adoptee from Haiti, adopted into a white Canadian family in the early 1980’s. Judith is a registered Social Worker specializing in Fostering&Adoption. Over the past 10 year’s Judith’s professional experiences have reflected a diverse portfolio. She has worked in child welfare, fostering, private adoption, developed/facilitated workshops for adoptive parents and professionals
Edna Bland is a certified educator, teaching artist, puppeteer and arts integration specialist. She has dedicated her life to helping people discover their god-given gifts and talents. She has honed her knowledge and skills at such prestigous institutions as The Kennedy Center's VSA and CETA programs, Lincoln Center Education's Teaching Artist program at the Juilliard School and Shakespeare's Globe Theatre in London, England. She has been a guest classroom speaker at all three of her college alma maters, a workshop presenter for national arts organizations and includes a Creative Arts Ministry workshop in Rome, Italy.
Dr. Darron Smith is an African American scholar, author and blogger. His research and scholarly writing focuses on social injustices impacting African Americans and other marginalized groups in the US. His work includes the study and impact of race on US health care, the practice of white parents adopting black and biracial children, religion, sports, politics and other pertinent subject matters of present time
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