Historical Resilience in the Black Community: Back to our Roots

Get ready to dive into the rich history and unwavering strength of the Black community as they reconnect with their roots.

Join them for a captivating online event that celebrates the resilience of the Black community throughout history. Delve into the rich roots of their culture and explore the inspiring stories of how their ancestors made it through. They will honor the strength and resilience that have shaped their community through engaging discussions and thought-provoking presentations. This event is a wonderful opportunity to learn and be inspired. Don’t miss out on this incredible journey of self-discovery, decolonization of the mind, and empowerment!

In this FREE webinar, Dr. Cirecie West-Olatunji and Dr. Constance West will incorporate an understanding of transgenerational resilience among people of African descent. The presenters will also talk about cultural coping mechanisms that are evidence-based (tried and true) for Black people in the diaspora.

They encourage you to register for this very important training event that should be useful to you personally and professionally — whether you are an educator, parent, student, advocate, or mental health professional who works with Black children and other minoritized youth.

Come learn, come heal, come share!

For information about CRESTS program, LLC, our “Videos on Demand” library, and other resources, please visit their website at www.CRESTSprogram.com.

Upcoming Dates

No future dates are known at this time.

Past Dates

  • Tuesday, February 20, 2024, 1:00 - 2:30 pm

Location

Online