Dealing with health and education issues can be tough. This can be even harder for families that identify as Black Americans, who often deal with unequal treatment and outcomes. Do you want to learn how to overcome racial biases and find solutions for your child when working with health care providers, therapists and educators? If so, register for one or both of the workshops in this series that focus on Black American families working with professionals and dealing with disparities. The workshop, led by CFK's Family Education Research Analyst Nikki Montgomery, M.A., M.Ed, GPAC, is designed to be a safe space for Black American parents and caregivers of children aged 0-12 years to talk about challenges and work on solutions and will not be recorded. If you are interested in learning more about the workshop, register and you will be contacted by a Connecting for Kids staff member. Participants will receive an advocacy kit with course materials. This workshop is presented in partnership with Euclid Public Library.
Please note that the register button to your left will ONLY register you for the workshop below:
Advocacy & Allies: This two-day workshop covers what it takes to be a good advocate and how to gather a team of allies.
Saturday, January 16 and 23; 1:00-2:00 pm
A second workshop is also offered in this series, if you would like to register or get more information for the Problem-Solving & Providers workshop, please click here.
Due to grant funding, programs are open to residents of the Greater Cleveland area.
Call, text or email:
P.O. Box 45372
Westlake, Ohio 44145
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