What barriers to health do children of color in Denver face? Join us to learn more.

Written by: Children's Campaign
Date Posted: November 10, 2017

What are the unique barriers facing children of color in Denver in living healthy lives? How can communities learn more about the historical background of these barriers? What can individuals do to advocate for better health outcome for all kids? We’ll tackle these questions and other important issues in our workshop next week in Denver.

All our children deserve access to the opportunities they need to succeed. Together, parents, advocates and others who care about kids can use data, personal stories and research-driven communication to break down barriers to racial and socio-economic justice.

During this interactive workshop, our Research Director, Sarah Hughes, will share why data can be helpful in making a case for health equity; Communications and Outreach Director, Tara Manthey, will provide training on a research-based approach to talking about race and inequity known as ACT: Affirm, Counter, Transform; and participants will have the opportunity to reflect on childhood experiences with race and practice using the ACT approach in their advocacy for child wellbeing.

  • Dinner begins at 5:30, workshop begins at 6:00 p.m.
  • Free and open to the community!
  • Child care available upon request.
  • Traducción en español disponible a pedido.

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The Colorado Children’s Campaign is a nonprofit, nonpartisan advocacy organization committed since 1985 to realizing every chance for every child in Colorado. We advocate for the development and implementation of data-driven public policies that improve child wellbeing in health, education and early childhood. We do this by providing Coloradans with trusted data and research on child wellbeing and organizing an extensive state-wide network of dedicated child advocates. For more information, please visit www.coloradokids.org.