Addressing Racial Disproportionality in Child Welfare Systems
Mar 25, 2021
from 12:00 PM to 01:00 PM
|Contact Name||Dr. Emma Sterrett-Hong|
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This research presentation and panel discussion will discuss the differences in treatment that ethnic minority children and families historically have experienced in child welfare systems and efforts to address them. This workshop will include a research presentation on national workforce development strategies to address racial disproportionality and disparities in child welfare systems. In addition, a panel discuss with expert practitioners in Kentucky will cover the effective use of Undoing Racism training and other accomplishments within the child welfare system in the commonwealth, and brief participants about current efforts and opportunities for collaboration.
Drs. Anita Barbee and Becky Antle, both of whom have leadership roles in the Children's Bureau funded Quality Improvement Center for Workforce Development, will provide highlights from their recent scholarship on workforce development strategies to address racial disproportionality and disparities in child welfare systems.
Jackie Stamps, MSSW, former Deputy Commissioner and Jefferson County Service Region Administrator (SRA) for KY Department for Community Based Services.
Shawnte West, MSSW, Adjunct faculty at Kent School and Family Services Office Supervisor (FSOS) at KY Department for Community Based Services.
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+1 502-792-9582,,202777277# United States, Louisville
Phone Conference ID: 202 777 277#