Webinar: talking with children about racial (in)justice - 510 Families

Webinar: talking with children about racial (in)justice

Racism has a profound impact on the health and well-being of our students. As cities and social media explode with grief and anger over the killing of another African American man at the hands of police, nationwide protests and calls for justice are creating an opportunity to speak openly with our children. How can parents facilitate conversations about the protests and riots?

Please join EB school counselors, social and emotional learning experts, and middle school advisors to talk about ways families can support their children, one another, and a just future.

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Carla Maia, Diversity Coordinator and Lower School Counselor
Douglas Gostlin, Middle School Counselor
Christopher Colebourn, Social and Emotional Learning Coach
Gabrielle Hedlund, Middle School English Teacher and Advisor

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Date(s) - 06/10/20
9:00 am - 10:00 am


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Manon Johnson
(510) 809-0615

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