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5 Ways Black Mothers Can Deal with Racism in Healthcare and Education Systems

With Nikki Montgomery, M.A., M.Ed, GPAC of Connecting for Kids

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Presented: 2021

A Black American boy and a girl with light skin and unknown race sit at a school desk. The girl is leaning forward, writing in a notebook. The boy is looking at where his Black American teacher is pointing in his own notebook. The look on the boy's face shows that he is thinking about what is on the page and trying to understand what the teacher is pointing out.

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Description of Presentation

Racism has a negative effect on the well-being of non-white children and their caregivers. To help protect your child from the harmful effects of racial trauma, you must know what the roadblocks are and how to work through them. Join CFK's Family Education Research Analyst Nikki Montgomery, M.A., M.Ed, GPAC to learn five ways to effectively work towards solutions.

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