Hunt Institute hosts webinar on the intersection of anti-Black racism and adolescent development

Written by: Children's Campaign
Date Posted: October 22, 2021

Join the Hunt Institute on Oct. 28 at 4 p.m. MT for a discussion in collaboration with the Center for the Developing Adolescent to explore the interactions between adolescent development and anti-Black racism. The discussion will be led by Dr. Joanna Lee Williams, Co-Director of the National Scientific Council on Adolescence; Kofi Mason, student; Rodney Robinson, Senior Advisor for Richmond Public Schools and 2019 National Teacher of the Year; and Lisa Hamilton, President and CEO of the Annie E. Casey Foundation. Read more and register here.

The Hunt Institute will continue hosting webinars on a variety of topics through December. Learn more and register for others here. Upcoming webinars from the Hunt Institute include: 

  • Early Efforts | The Longterm Effects of Early Childhood Interventions on Nov. 2 
  • Postsecondary Pathways | Remedying College Readiness in the Wake of COVID-19 Learning Loss on Nov. 4 
  • Homeroom with Education Leaders | School Infrastructure on Nov. 9 
  • Race & Education | Supporting the Formation of Ethnic Racial-Identity in Early Childhood on Nov. 16 
  • The Digital Divide: Lessons Learned from the Pandemic and Long-term Considerations on Nov. 18 
  • Early Efforts: 2021’s Big Wins for Little Kids on Dec. 7 
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