We generally assume that people see us, racially speaking, in the way we see ourselves, that if I see myself as "Black," say, or "Asian American," that others do too. But what about people for whom that identity alignment isn't in place? The mixed-race man who is often identified as White? The phenotypically Asian American woman who is "culturally Black"? How does that experience of misalignment - or "racial incongruence" - shape a person's experiences and relationships? And how can parents, teachers, and other caregivers support a young person in these circumstances? Join us for discussion and insights with some folks who, in one way or another, have lived this reality - and come prepared to throw your own questions, thoughts, and experiences into the mix.