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Equity in IECMHC Webinar 3 - Culture, identity, history as sources of strength and resilience for African American children and Families [georgetown.edu]

 

From Center of Excellence for Infant & Early Childhood Mental Health Consultation, Georgetown University, June 11, 2020

This webinar examines issues of racialized inequities and bias on the early care and education experiences for African American children and families, explores a strength-based approach to fostering culturally responsive relationships, and identifies and explores practices and policies to strengthen cultural responsiveness in IECMHC in order to reduce disparities and support children’s healthy development and learning.

About the Equity in IECMHC Webinar Series: 

The purpose of the webinar series is to promote equity through IECMHC by building awareness of the impact of institutional racism and other forms of bias on the experiences of children and families from marginalized communities, identifying policies that support more equitable systems, and strengthening culturally responsive IECMHC practices that reduce disparities and improve child outcomes.

[Please click here to register.]

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