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***Please note that due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, most programs are currently taking place virtually. If you need help accessing a virtual program, contact us at www.wrl.org/ask.*** 

Learn conversation starters and strategies to help families have meaningful conversations about race.

This talk is led by Dr. Natoya Hill Haskins, an associate professor at William & Mary in Counselor Education. Her expertise encompasses school counseling and effective cross cultural training experiences for students of color. She also teaches students to understand how the racist biases of institutions affect students of color, how to advocate for them, and how to measure their own effectiveness as counselors. Dr. Haskins will be joined by Dr. Janise Parker, W&M Assistant Professor of School Psychology, and PhD students Unity Walker and Aiesha Lee.

Please note that this program requires registration to attend. Register here before or during the program and you will receive an email from libraryoutreach@wm.edu with the Zoom link info to connect. 

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