Early childhood researchers, practitioners, and policymakers are invited to join this webinar focused on learning and expanding the scientific knowledge about the effects of racism on infant, toddler, and preschool child development outcomes.
This virtual event is hosted by Boston University Wheelock School of Education and Human Development’s Center on the Ecology of Early Development (CEED) in partnership with UNC Frank Porter Graham Child Development Institute.
Learn more and register for the webinar via Zoom.
About the Hosting Organization
The purpose of CEED’s research and initiatives is to inform policies that promote equity and justice for racially and ethnically minoritized children in the contexts of education, health, and community.
Their research on racism in the early years seeks to expand the scientific knowledge about the effects of racism on infant, toddler, and preschool children and to investigate the social determinants of health during this sensitive period of development. The organization’s ultimate goal is to recommend family and community-centered policies that buffer family and children from adversity and advance their health, learning, social, and economic outcomes.
Webinar Date & Time
Tuesday, October 31, 10 AM PT