This years theme for our conference webinars is:

Sankofa:  Learning From Our Past to Transform Our Future

We launched our 2021 Webinars on February 20th in  honor Black History Month

with Andre Koen and Wayne Felton II

presenting a talk on Black Excellence: From Resilience to Brilliance!

We will also be adding a session on February 27th beginning at 10am with Dr Allison Upshaw, Ph.D and Walidah Staley, M.Ed.  This will be a session filled with diversity education taking on an artful tone a specialty of Dr Upshaw.

Stay tuned for upcoming additions for March through July being finalized soon!

 

Sankofa: Learning from our past to transform our future

 

Sankofa symbolizes the Akan people’s quest for knowledge among the Akan with the implication that the quest is based on critical examination, and intelligent and patient investigation. 

A mythical bird with its feet firmly planted forward with its head turned backwards is the Sankofa symbol.

Thus, the Akan believe the past serves as a guide for planning the future. To the Akan, it is this wisdom in learning from the past which ensures a strong future.

 

       

       New Webinars Begin on Saturday!

Date:   May 15, 2021                                      Time:  10am – Noon

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Join us for this interactive circle led by “dr raj” and Linsey McMurrin

We will reflect and discuss how we heal our body and mind from past trauma and explore how to heal as a community after the murder of George Floyd and the trial that followed for ex-police officer, Derek Chauvin.

***Applying for CLEs, standard, ethics, elimination of bias***

We will be offering one webinar per month this year on the second Saturday of the month at 10am-12pm

May 15th – Cultural and Systemic Violence Healing with Raj Sethuraju and Linsey McMurrin

June 12th – 

July 11th – 

August 14th – Health Disparities with Dr Robin

Sept 11th – 

October  9th – 

November 13th – 

December 11th – 

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