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Child Care Aware Pre-Recorded Webinars: Racial Justice & Equity in ECE

Aug 06, 2020    |   Celebrating DiversityWebinar Recordings

Earlier this year, Child Care Aware recorded a 3-part webinar series with a focus on equity and racial justice. Presenters addressed the systems where discrimination and inequities exist, while looking for solutions within these systems that can impact the lives of Black children and their families.

The webinars include honest dialogue about fixing the child care system to make it equitable for providers, children and families. If you are interested in viewing any or all of these webinars, links to each recording are included below.

Part 1

In the first webinar of this 3-part series, includes presentations from:

  • Dr. Aisha Ray, Professor Emerita of Child DevelopmentErikson Institute and a Distinguished Fellow at the BUILD Initiative

  • Dr. Stephanie Curenton, Associate ProfessorWheelock College of Education and Human Development at Boston University

  • Dr. Ashley C. Williams, Senior Policy AnalystCenter for the Study of Child Care Employment

Click here to view the recording.

Part 2

In this webinar, participants will find presentations from:

  • Iheoma U. Iruka, Ph.D., Chief Research Innovation Officer and Director of the Center for Early Education Research & Evaluation at HighScope

  • Brenda Jones Harden, Ph.D., Professor Emerita Institute for Child Study, HDQM and Director of Prevention and Early Adversity Research Laboratory at University of Maryland

Click here to view the recording.

Part 3

Presented by:

  • Rhonda Bryant, EdD, President & CEO, The Moriah Group

  • Keisha Nzewi, Director of Public Policy, California Resource and Referral

  • Catherine Lester, Senior Associate, Annie Casey Foundation, Child Care Aware® of America Board Member

Click here to view the recording.

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