The Texas Council on Family Violence presents Connecting the Issues: Strategies for Addressing Racism with Young People Webinar
Racism in our society perpetuates oppressive and inaccurate racial and gender stereotypes, which are patterns youth begin to mirror as early as the age of three. These are among factors placing young people at risk for violence.
Primary prevention best practice shows that it is crucial to address stereotypes and the role they play in promoting dating abuse and obstructing healthy friendships and relationships. What does a prevention worker do when racism becomes a topic in a prevention education session?
Join us for a webinar exploring options developed by prevention educators in the field. Presenters include:
Kiara Nicholson–Prevention Educator at Hays-Caldwell Women’s Center in San Marcos. Kiara works to end interpersonal violence by engaging youth and adults in conversations related to gender equity, advocacy, and healthy relationships. Kiara obtained a Bachelor’s degree in Applied Sociology from Texas State University and has been with HCWC since 2013.
Tracey Jones–Primary Prevention Coordinator at the Women’s Center of East Texas. Tracey holds a Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology from Columbia University and a Master’s in the Social Sciences from the University of Chicago. Her research interests bridge the fields of complex trauma (with a focus on sexual trauma and violence in the Holocaust), gender, race, and the feminist discourse of Black women. She worked also has experience as a clinical diagnostic assessor, academic testing assessor, and adjunct professor.
Maria Limon–Prevention coordinator with the Texas Council on Family Violence. Maria has twenty years of experience leading unlearning oppression workshops. She currently supports the statewide Prevention Coaching Group.
If you have any questions, please contact Maria at firstname.lastname@example.org.