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

  • 17 Apr 2021
  • 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

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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. This program, 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 mothers of children aged 0-12 years to talk about challenges faced in education and healthcare systems. Join Nikki to learn five ways to effectively work towards solutions. This program is for adults only and will not be recorded. If you are interested in learning more about the program, register using the link below and you will be contacted by a Connecting for Kids staff member. This program is presented in partnership with the Mother 2 Mother organization.

 

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