ASCC Announces Virtual Event “Talking to Kids About Race”January 12, 2021 |
The Association for Supportive Child Care is pleased to announce an upcoming virtual event “Why is he different? Why am I different? Talking to Kids About Race” starting at 5:00pm MST on Thursday, January 21, through Facebook Live.
This event presents a live, open dialogue centered on race and raising kids. Participants will hear honest reflections from a diverse panel on how they navigate differences, racism, and privilege with their kids.
The panel includes Candida Hunter, a senior leader in Tribal Affairs; Aaliyah Samuel, an executive in Government Affairs & Partnerships; Jorge Flores, an early childhood trainer; Dawn Henry, a leader in Human Resources; and Lindsay Olivarez, a volunteer board member. The event will be facilitated by Mona Qafisheh, ASCC Director of Grants and Contracts.
- COVID-19 Vaccination Update - January 13, 2021
- ASCC Announces Virtual Event “Talking to Kids About Race” - January 12, 2021
- ASCC Among Phoenix Business Journal’s 2020 Best Places to Work - December 10, 2020