Black Youth Empowerment Presents: Listening to Black Youth & Creating Safer-Braver Areas in Group and Faculties
Black Youth Empowerment (BYE) presents a Professional D-Day Workshop on Safer-Braver Areas made by Black youth for educators locally and colleges. Be a part of us for an internet workshop concerning the affect of race-based points on Black youth, and methods adults can intervene and create safer and braver areas in group and colleges.
When: February 17, 2023 @ 12:00 midday – 2:00 pm
Who can attend our workshop? Faculty personnel (academics, assist workers, administration), youth service suppliers, educators and anybody else who works with Black youth can profit from this workshop. We welcome your registration earlier than February 10, 2023, and you’ll count on to obtain the registration bundle by this date. Please be aware the workshop content material for February 17, 2023, is similar that we delivered in Could 2022.
Black Youth Empowerment: We’re eight present highschool college students from SD61, SD63 & SD64 and we’ve developed culturally related bystander intervention workshops. We mannequin the workshops after a pilot mission between Women & Femmes with Afro-textured Hair and Venture Respect, the anti-violence schooling program on the Victoria Sexual Assault Centre.
Safer-Braver Areas: This workshop is an opportunity for academics, workers and educators to proceed studying methods to assist Black youth by analyzing their biases, and studying about culturally and anti-racist safer interventions. Utilizing a trauma-informed strategy, the BYE group will facilitate a coaching session that builds consciousness across the affect of race-based points in group and colleges.
Exploring the next questions: Can educators use the “n” phrase? What constitutes the scope of security for Black youth? What’s the definition of a bystander and intervenor? When race-based incidents happen, how can educators keep away from victim-blaming Black youth?
On February seventeenth, 2023 from 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm, we’ll discover these very important questions, talk about intervention methods and limitations to intervening and share BYE’s holistic strategy for creating safer and braver areas.
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