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Talking with Children About Current Events: Starting Conversations about Racism, Violence, and Justice for African-American Parents


Featuring Dr. Angela Keyes, Dr. Kasia Plessy, Ms. Candice Lobban

The webinar is offered by the Louisiana Children's Museum in partnership with the Tulane University School of Medicine, Institute for Infant & Early Childhood Mental Health. The webinar will be facilitated by Dr. Angela Keyes, an African-American developmental psychologist and associate professor in the Tulane University School of Medicine, Dr. Kasia Plessy, an African-American clinical psychology postdoctoral fellow in the Tulane University School of Medicine, and Ms. Candice Lobban, who is the African-American Visitor Services Manager at the Louisiana Children's Museum. Dr. Keyes, Dr. Plessy, and Ms. Lobban will talk about ways for African-American parents to have difficult but important conversations with children, especially in the midst of recent and current events, while also supporting children emotionally. This webinar offers a space specifically for African-American facilitators, parents, and caregivers to come together virtually and communicate about this emotional aspect of parenting.


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