Juvenile Justice Coalition
Thursday, July 1st, Tuesday, July 6th
at 7:00 pm and Other Times
Knowledge is a key component for creating a better future for our youth.
Each week I submit podcast/documentary/book suggestions for "No Hate in Our States" to enhance understanding of racial disparity in our country. This week I am submitting the rebroadcast of the "Race, Adolescence, and Trauma" webinar originally offered on June 22nd. If you had the chance to watch the webinar, you know that it was a valuable tool in gaining understanding to some of the adverse social institutions that make difficult the lives and futures of our youth of color. Seeds of social change were suggested, but we need to gain collective knowledge and combine our energy to realize such change in our communities.
I encourage you to watch - or rewatch - this webinar. There are two ways to do this!
PACG will rebroadcast the webinar on Thursday, July 1st at 7:00 pm.
Please register for this Zoom meeting here: us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/raceadolescencetraumarebroadcast You will receive a link to log in via email after registration.
Due to the generosity of Professor Henning, you may register to watch a recording of the webinar at your own convenience. The recording will be available until 5:00 pm on July 6th. Registration for viewing this copyrighted video can be made here: https://pacg.z2systems.com/np/clients/pacg/eventRegistration.jsp?event=511& You may share this registration link with others who may benefit from viewing. Note: This video is no longer available for viewing, per our agreement with Prof. Henning.
Please invite friends and colleagues to register to view the recording in either of these ways!
If you attended the original webinar or watched the rebroadcast or recording, you are also invited to a meeting in which we hope to implement some of Professor Henning's suggestions. We will brainstorm and discuss ways to make change locally. This meeting will be Tuesday, July 6th 7:00 pm at the Metropolitan Community Church of the QC (2930 West Locust St in Davenport map).
Please help continue this important work. If you have questions, contact me, PACG Office Manager Julie Ross.