Healing Racial Trauma: Where Do We Begin?
Racial Trauma is a struggle many are facing throughout our society. In January 2022, Child Guidance Resource Centers’ Neighborhood Safety Solutions Initiative, hosted a panel discussion on this topic, and it was clear that more discussion is needed. So, we decided to create another platform to move this discussion further.
On Thursday, April 21st, from 6:00–7:15 PM, we will explore “Healing Racial Trauma: Where Do We Begin?” Our prestigious panelists, includes, State Representative
Gina H. Curry, Judge Cheryl McCabe-Stroman, who has worked with Truancy and Criminal Courts, Rev. Carolyn C. Cavaness, Pastor of Bethel AME Church of Ardmore, Kimberly Arnold, Assistant Professor in the Department of Family Medicine and Community Health at Penn, and DaVeda J. Graham, mother of 5, who oversees
Nurses United for Change and Equity, a nonprofit focusing on improving health disparities affecting underserved populations. Five strong women from various fields will share their viewpoints on this very important topic via zoom at 989-646-5252. Lawana Scales, who Co-Chairs Child Guidance Resource Centers’ DEI Council, will facilitate the discussion. All are welcome to join in and hear from our panelists with no advanced registration required. If you have questions, please email us at DEI@cgrc.org.
Child Guidance Resource Centers was founded in 1956 and continues to help over 10,000 children and families annually who benefit from our 24 programs. Child Guidance Resource Centers have been providing services for those who struggle with autism, anxiety, ADHD, learning disabilities, depression, developmental disabilities, trauma, and truancy. The organization provides life-changing therapies and teaches life skills for children and parents to succeed. We hope that this initiative will help our communities succeed and become stronger.