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RESOURCES from Office of Child Abuse Prevention on racism and inequality

 

The consequences of system racism and inequalities are experienced at the individual, community, societal, and institutional levels. They impact short- and long-term health outcomes throughout the entire lifespan, contribute to inter-generational trauma, and disrupt and harm families. While overwhelming to address, change is possible and individuals, organizations, and systems can contribute to meaningful progress.  The following links are starting points to begin understanding how we can all create change in the family strengthening field:

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