The California Department of Social Services, Office of Child Abuse Prevention (CDSS/OCAP) are hosting a webinar speaker series for Child Abuse Prevention month. Today's event is a special presentation from Corey Best on the topic of the “Effective Ways to Embrace the Reality of Race, Racism Through Belonging."
Corey B. Best is first, a dedicated father, and also the founder of “Mining for Gold”. He is originally from Washington, DC and now resides in Florida. This is where Corey began his transformation into adaptive leadership training, systems building, authentic family engagement, race equity, promoting protective factors, social equality, and highlighting “good enough parenting” for those impacted by the child welfare system. Corey has utilized his platform as a Community Curator to re-build child and family serving systems that are responsive to sharing power among constituents with a laser focus on preventing and dismantling all forms of racism.
To register, please utilize this link.