Mix-d:

2009
Mix-d:  Walsall. Youth Conference.

Mix-d:  Walsall. Youth Conference.

We had our first conference in Walsall on 1st July 2009.

This was a new collabration between Walsall Children’s Services and Multiple Heritage Project. A look at mixed-race identity. The conference invited 50 mixed-race students to talk about their lived experience, develop individual school action plans and make recommendations for future policy makers.

Students from the following schools attended the event: Shelfield, Barr Beacon, Willenhall, Aldridge and St Thomas More.

Comments

Now that I’m a facilitator I’m quite nervous but excited at the same time. it should be a nice experience.

pareece (:

When iFirst Went To The Manchester Conference,iFelt Nervous But Excited At The Same Time. It Helped Me Think About Mix-d Alot More. Now Im a Facilitator And Am Proud To Be One.

Beaudene.

wen i first went to the conference in manchester i was abit worried about what we would be doing and in the end i knew an understanding of what we did but now that im gonna be a falicitator i feel like im giving something back which is good

George Gessey

We are excitied to become facilitators because its rare opportunity and it will be a good experience, but were also a little nervous. Hopefully we will overcome this on the day, were really proud to be involved and should be a fun day (:

Shakira and Simone

i am excitied to see what others think about themselves and to hear there opinions and thoughts and it sounds like fun :)

Nikita Goulbourne

It is good to have an opportunity to talk and express what we fill about mixed race and see what other people think,im exctied for the conference, and im lucking foward to meeting other people (: x

Kelly St. Prix

i am excited to share mine see others views about how they see themselves and their views on mixed-race people. Hopefully it will be a fun day :D

Jodie-Bodean Worley

i am excitied to see what other mixed race people think of themselves and to hear other people’s opinions (:

jacob brown

Where Have All The Photos Gone From The Walsall Confrence?

BS