The FUSION Program Summer Day Camp will take place July 28 - August 8, 2008 at the Redwood Day School, 3245 Sheffield Avenue, Oakland, CA 94062.
FUSION's 2 week summer day camp is open to all youth ages 7-12 with a particular focus on children who come from more than one cultural and/or racial community experience. The camp offers a fun and supportive environment where youth can share, explore, and celebrate the richness and complexity of a mixed heritage. The program facilitates self-discovery through creative and interactive activities such as visual and performance art, martial arts, field trips, peer-education, and student leadership activities.
Multiethnic Education Program
The Multiethnic Education Program (ME Program) emerged through the development of its Early Childhood curriculum, "Serving Biracial and Multiethnic Children and their Families." Since 1999, the K&F Baxter Family Foundation has supported the ME Program to publish and disseminate this unique resource through trainings in childcare, early childhood education, fostercare, kinship, adoption and diversity training communities. The ME Program continues to focus its efforts on creating publications and providing trainings to meet the needs of the multiracial community in educational settings. They are excited to broaden their work into the school age community with a new video, discussion booklet and peer training program called "My People Are..." Constantly motivated by the great interest in its materials, the ME Program is especially thrilled to certify trainers to continue to educate the broader community.
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