Ending Racial Disparities in Child Welfare! A Symposium
Learn how the Undoing Racism workshops can assist you in the search for better ways to improve opportunities and outcomes for children and families of color served by child welfare system.
National leaders from the Texas Department of Family and Protective Services, The Kentucky Cabinet for health and Family Services, the New York State Office of Childrens and Family Services, the New York City Administration for Childrens Services, The Casey Family Programs (Seattle) and The Peoples Institute for Survival and Beyond will discuss how applying the principles of Undoing Racism and training staff committed to anti-racist approaches can lead help to reduce racial disproportionality in foster care systems.
The Guest Speakers include Ralph Bayard, Senior Director for Systems Improvement/Disproportionality Casey Family Programs- Seattle Washington; Ronald Chisom, Executive Director and Co-Founder Peoples Institute for Survival & Beyond; Joyce James, Deputy Commissioner, Texas Department of Family & Protective Services; Greg Owens, Director, Special Projects New York State Office of Children and Family Services; Jackie Stamps, Deputy Commissioner, Kentuckys Cabinet for Health and Family Services Anne Williams Isom, Deputy Commissioner Division of Community & Government Affairs, New York City Administration for Childrens Services.
Mason Hall, Baruch College, CUNY
17 Lexington Ave @23st
New York City, NY 10010
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