The Mixed Family Connection

with Hope McGrath & Julie Young

April 11, 2017 - 6:00-8:00pm

South Oxford Space, 138 South Oxford Street, Studio G, Fort Greene, Brooklyn, NY 11217

Calling parents of mixed kids and multi-racial families in Brooklyn and NYC...

Join us for "The Mixed Family Connection"

An insightful conversation for mixed families of bi-racial kids, blended multi-racial families and trans-racial adoptive families.

  • Discussions on the dynamics of modern day mixed families

  • Importance of multicultural identity and understanding

  • Raising mixed kids in NYC - the trials and blessings

  • Talking to kids about race

  • Embracing our family's unique beauty with pride

  • A rare opportunity to build community with mixed families in Brooklyn.

Come for an open and honest conversation about parenting in mixed families and join us as we hold space for fruitful discussion, fresh insights and connections.

* Enjoy a glass of wine with your ticket purchase.


Hope McGrath is a mixed mama raising a second-generation mixed kid observing the similarities and vast differences raising mixed kids in a new era. Hope McGrath, a Transformational Coach + Fashion Consultant, is compelled to talk race, mixed life and build community in our ever-changing multicultural landscape.

Julie Young is a recovering attorney turned non-profit executive, producer and writer. She is an adoptee born in Korea, raised by a white family and now a mama to mixed Blasian kids. She is a recognized speaker and facilitator on topics related to race and adoption.