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Documenting Our Journeys
Hosted: June 25, 2023
Individual stories have the power to create a sense of connection and empathy among people. By documenting impactful stories, we can share the experiences, emotions, and struggles of individuals. This fosters understanding, compassion, and a sense of shared humanity. It reminds us that behind historical events and societal changes, there are real people with their unique perspectives and journeys.
Using Therapeutic Writing as a Healing Tool
Hosted: May 21, 2023
Eve and Ridghaus bring extensive experience as storytellers, published writers, and creative instructors. Facilitating therapeutic writing exercises to the MPE community introduces new purpose to each of their careers.
Harnessing the Power of Summit
Hosted: April 23, 2023
After the amazing connection of Summit, join Kara & Jennifer as they discuss practical ways we can move forward together to harness the power of Summit in supporting our healing, enacting legislation, increasing societal understanding, building community bridges, and bearing witness to our journeys.
The Power of Language as a Catalyst of Identity
Hosted: March 19, 2023
A DNA surprise can throw off our sense of who we are and where we belong. Join linguist expert Dr. Stanley Dubinsky as we examine how language can shape our identity, thoughts, and cultural belonging. See how language can be used as a tool to help rebuild our sense of self.
Managing Your Ancestry.com Account after a DNA Surprise
Hosted: Feb 19, 2023
It can be very confusing about what to do with your Ancestry.com tree(s) once you have a DNA surprise. Join DNAngels Kelly Grace Hickey and Ashlee Krump as they walk us through what to do.
Thorny Legal Issues Raised by DNA Tests
Hosted: Dec 18, 2022
Few realize that their quest to learn more about themselves can have far reaching consequences for themselves and their family members. Learn about some of the unanticipated issues that can arise after taking a direct-to-consumer DNA test.
Intersectionality of DNA Surprises
Hosted: October 23, 2022
Join Right to Know’s CEO and Co-Founder Kara Rubinstein Deyerin as she discusses the commonalities people with DNA surprises face regardless of their unique origins.
Navigating Unique Conceptions within Religious Norms
Hosted: May 22, 2022
If you have a misattributed parentage experience, this often leads to big life questions. Let’s explore how different religions view our unique conceptions.
Forgiving the Hard-to-Forgive
Hosted: April 24, 2022
The path to forgiveness is difficult amidst feelings of rejection, betrayal, and hurt. Forgiveness doesn’t mean forgetting or excusing the harm done, it helps to bring you a kind of peace to go on. So, how DO we move forward?
Epigenetics: Implications for People with an MPE
Hosted: March 20, 2022
Epigenetics and beyond – what it is and what does it mean for someone with an MPE? Curious about what makes you who you are today? Join us for a fascinating discussion of nature versus nurture and identity.
Forming Connection Through Learning the Language of Your New Heritage
Hosted: February 20, 2022
Learn how language and identity are developed together over time and how learning the language from your new heritage can help form connection to a culture you did not grow up with. Yes, you can learn a new language at any time in your life.
State of Affairs in Assisted Conception
Hosted: January 23, 2022
Join Dr. Diane Tober, author Peter J. Boni, and Dr. Damian Adams as they provide an overview of the fertility industry and where we are today.