What Parents, School Personnel & the Community Should Know
Black children and teens face unprecedented challenges to their mental well-being during this time of COVID-19 and racial justice reckoning. Parents, educators, community members and young people themselves all seek the tools to help them cope better. A panel of experts will convene virtually to discuss long-term and recent mental health trends, as well as the actions we must take to help Black youth thrive.
In Commemoration of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day
Dr. Riana Elyse Anderson
Assistant Professor, University of Michigan School of Public Health
Dr. Donna Holland Barnes
Associate Professor, Department of Psychiatry, Howard University
Executive Director, East Harlem Tutorial Program (EHTP)
Dr. Donna Jones
Superintendent, Patchogue-Medford School District, NY
Dumpson Chair in Child Welfare, Graduate School of Social Services, Fordham University
Dr. Michael A. Lindsey
Executive Director, NYU McSilver Institute
Dr. Christina Greer
Associate Professor, Fordham University
Politics Editor, The Grio
This community forum is hosted by:
▪ The Greater New York Chapter of the Links, Inc.
▪ NYU McSilver Institute for Poverty Policy and Research
▪ One Hundred Black Men of New York
▪ East Harlem Tutorial Program
▪ Boys & Girls Club of Harlem
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