As a professional working with children, you have the capacity to confront and challenge the status quo of policies, practices, and other systemic factors that perpetuate anti-Black racism within your field.
Daring to Do™ equips you with the tools to do exactly that. In this series, you will:
- Learn about the historical and contemporary manifestations of anti-Black racism in child welfare;
- Discuss the ways in which multiple social systems and sectors are implicated in the issue;
- Discover why and how white supremacy will resist the disruption of anti-Black racism; and
- Access a framework for meaningful anti-racist action to protect and support the diverse youth and families you serve.
This three-module learning series presented by Kike Ojo-Thompson, is a must for any professional who is truly committed to providing equitable care for all of Canada’s children.