Promoting Racial Equity Through Racial Healing
Since the inception of the United States, structural racism and White supremacy has been deeply entrenched in our country. We have all been victimized and socialized in a racist society and the need to heal is imminent.
Since we have all been socialized in a racist society and have internalized racial attitudes that impact our behaviors and interactions, this webinar will provide skills on how to promote open discussions about racial tensions through racial healing. Specifically, Presenter Ebonyse Mead, Ed.D., CFLE, will discuss internalized racial superiority and racial oppression, along with how past crimes against humanity currently influence our behaviors and attitudes. Strategies will be provided on how to heal from racial trauma and how to use that information when working with families.
Overall, attendees will leave this webinar with the ability to:
- Define key terms including cultural mistrust, historical trauma, multigenerational trauma and trauma healing
- Discuss the four phases of racial healing
- Identify and apply strategies to heal from racial trauma
This webinar is intended for anyone studying and working in the family field from students to seasoned professionals. By practicing racial healing, we are forced to acknowledge our country's history of racism, White supremacy, and the legacies of racial discrimination and injustices that too often harm children, families, and communities. It is a process that facilitates trust and builds an authentic relationships between real and perceived differences. Thus, it is incumbent upon the Family Science discipline to adequately address racial inequities, promote racial healing, and build a socially just future.
Approved for 1.5 hours of CFLE continuing education credit.
Please note this webinar was postponed to Feb. 4 from Jan. 20.
Register for two webinars and save! Register for this webinar (Jan. 20) along with Supporting Families That Are Raising Black Children in a Racialized Society (Jan. 27) at a reduced rate.
Series Pricing: Includes
Jan. 20 Feb. 4 and Jan. 27, 2021 dates: $45 for NCFR student members / $80 for NCFR members and CFLEs / $155 for nonmembers and non-CFLEs
Single Date Pricing: Includes 1 date, either
Jan. 20 Feb. 4 or Jan. 27, 2021: $25 for NCFR student members / $45 for NCFR members and CFLEs / $85 for nonmembers and non-CFLEs
Each webinar approved for 1.5 hours of CFLE continuing education credit. Series approved for 3 hours of CFLE continuing education credit.
Before attending this webinar, it is recommended that you attend one or both of Dr. Mead’s previous NCFR webinars. They are both free to NCFR members and active CFLE (Become a member today).
- Exploring Implicit Bias and Promoting Equity - Approved for 1 hour of CFLE continuing education credit
- Developing a Shared Language to Engage in Discourse on Race and Racism - Approved for 2.0 hours of CFLE continuing education credit.
About the Presenter
Ebonyse Mead, Ed.D., CFLE, is a clinical instructor at Georgia Southern in the Birth to Kindergarten program and president of the Educational Equity Institute. Since 2016, Dr. Mead has worked to build a culturally responsive and equity-minded early childhood workforce. She has presented nationally on racial equity in early childhood addressing structural barriers to educational equity, implicit bias, racial healing, and culturally responsive instruction. Dr. Mead has published articles on implicit bias and preschool suspensions and culturally responsive family engagement in both early childhood and family science publications. As president of the Educational Equity Institute, Dr. Mead is committed to creating brave spaces to discuss structural racism and promote equitable and just programs in early childhood.
On-Demand Webinar Recording
Even if you can't watch this webinar live, your registration will still grant you access to watch the recording at your convenience.
Classroom and departmental use licenses allow faculty members to share the video in class or embed the video in their online learning management system. Departmental use licenses allow more than on faculty member to use the webinar in their class. We request that links or downloads are not shared with students.
License for classroom use by one professor is available for $120 for NCFR members, $185 for nonmembers.
License for departmental use (multiple professors) is available for $170 for NCFR members, $305 for nonmembers.
Departmental license for CFLE-approved programs is $140.