Recorded videos are available for the following sessions:
- October 22nd | Session One | Community Adverse Experiences
- December 15th | Session Three | Becoming an Anti-Racist Organization
- January 19th | Session Four | Race and Religion
- January 26th | Session Five | Faith Through the Lens of Race
- June 24th | Session Seven | Exploring Race Through Conversations
- July 29 | Session Eight | Race and Mental Health
Community Adverse Experiences
Presented by Olympia Della Flora, Associate Superintendent of Stamford Public Schools. The first in Stamford Cradle to Career’s and Stamford Stands Against Racism Community Racial Justice Series.
Steps to Becoming an Anti-Racist Organization
Session 3 in our Community Racial Justice Series.
Faith Through the Lens of Race
On January 26, 2021, active faith leaders discussed their personal awakenings and awareness of race within their faith, and explore the work they are doing within their congregations of faith to create the “Beloved Community.”
Seeking the Beloved Community
Session 5 in our Community Racial Justice Series.
Exploring Race Through Conversations
Please take our very brief survey if you didn’t have the chance during the session. Click here to take the survey.
Here are the other resources/links shared during the session. Please consider using and taking these back to your organization, friends, family.
Exploring Race Through Conversation Resources
- Link to the NYTimes mini-films: https://www.nytimes.com/2017/03/15/learning/lesson-plans/25-mini-films-for-exploring-race-bias-and-identity-with-students.html
- Questions for Discussion:
- How do you connect with this video clip?
- How does this information help or hinder you?
- Did the video clip give you a check-in about your own mindset or lens? If so, what did you realize, reflect on, or observe?
- What are ways that you can engage in or create frameworks for engagement that include conversations about race within your organizations?
- Here’s the link and passcode to view the recording for today’s session (only the main room portions, NOT the breakout room discussion): https://zoom.us/rec/share/_u9RWLlSfVa6g1Vw3TzPQfpKlLjB0RurbB-tSzoHGwc6L3UOwtRtKOjyb2fhYVeW.VLxjPt5L_vD2-P-Y
- Passcode: 0$B*bf7V
Race and Mental Health
View the recording of the session here.
Presented by Dr. Tichianaa Armah, the Medical Director of Behavioral Health at the Community Health Center Inc., a Federally Qualified Health Center and a leading independent, non-profit healthcare provider in Connecticut with 16 sites and nearly 200 School Based Health Centers, providing comprehensive primary care to underserved communities. Moderated by Yolande Ford, the Restorative Practices Coordinator for Stamford Cradle to Career. Yolande is a Licensed Professional Counselor with over 18 years of experience working with the community and diverse populations, particularly disenfranchised and underserved groups.