Join us for an evening of conversation celebrating Black History Month and the legacy of African-American Adoption. Mix, mingle, learn about the history of African American Adoption and get perspectives on adoption today at Spence-Chapin. Our Executive Vice Present of External Relations and Family Services, Antoinette “Toni” Cockerham will chat with Spence-Chapin Board Chairman Ian Rowe, his wife Sylvia Rowe, and adoptive parents Lisha and Rodney Epperson (named one of Ebony Magazine’s “Coolest Black Families”) about their experiences.
Click here for Toni and Lisha’s conversation with Ed Gordon on NPR!
Event is free with RSVP
21 and older please