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NN4Y has released a Call for Presentations for their National Summit on Youth Homelessness that will take place March 2-3, 2022 in Washington, DC. Some of the topics they are considering include: Racial Equity Access to Higher Education + Support LGBTQ Youth Experiencing Homelessness Youth Development/Skill Building Advocacy/Coalition Building Working with Policymakers Prevention and Intervention for Youth at Risk Trauma-Informed Practices Program Evaluation Rights-Based Framework Human Trafficking The deadline for submission is September 30th. More info here.Find out more »
This event is for professionals who want to incorporate approaches and lessons to create a healing-centered environment as we re-enter spaces with youth. Girls Leadership will share more about how we help professionals examine their own relationship with social-emotional skills to effectively model strategies for youth, engage in culturally responsive mindsets and practices, and understand trauma/trauma responses to create a healing-centered environment. Who doesn’t need that right now? This one-hour webinar will guide you through the following questions: What does…Find out more »
Family Violence Law Center's Annual Event will be held on October 7, 2021 virtually! FVLC's Annual Event is our biggest fundraising effort each year. This year, we need to raise more money than we ever have, so we can respond to the increased levels of need created by the pandemic. Between May and July we saw a 157% increase in requests for legal services, a rise in urgent requests for housing assistance, and a marked increase in the severity…Find out more »
Join us for a critical workshop series, Youth Voice: Youth-Driven Practices for Building Foundation for Thriving, in partnership with Alliance member, MISSSEY. How can we ensure that youth voices are heard and affirmed in our organizations and programs? How can we ensure mentors respect and have clear understandings of how to support girls and gender-expansive youth? In this three-part workshop series led by MISSSEY staff, we’ll learn about youth voice and rights, and best practices for centering and recognizing youth…Find out more »
AN OBSERVED CONVERSATION: CREATING HEALING SPACE FOR BLACK EDUCATORS Mark your calendar for BlackFemaleProject's sixth annual conversation with Black Teacher Project. Take time with us at this event to listen to Black educators in a fishbowl-style conversation. This year, we will discuss Teacher Truth Perspectives and hear findings from our survey of Black educators across the state of California. Regardless of their official title, Black educators are leaders on campuses across our communities. What is their vision for the future? How can…Find out more »