How to Talk About Racism: Advancing Our Work to Support Children & Families During COVID - Dec 8th


Talking about racism can be a difficult, however, in order to build a better tomorrow it is essential to find the language and space to discuss structural racism and the impact on children, youth, families, and their communities.


This conversation, facilitated by Elizabeth Manley, Clinical Instructor for Health and Behavioral Health Policy at the Institute, joined by other national leaders, will invite discussion of challenges and solutions to support youth, families, and communities as they talk about the impact of structural racism during COVID-19 and beyond.


Register & see the full panel of speakers here: https://web.cvent.com/event/239dd6b1-2967-4457-b4a4-7cdba184c0cc/summary?rp=00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000000

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