VIRTUAL: Racial Justice Parenting Series: Liberation is Acknowledgment, Healing is Practice | 5-6:30
Join us for a conversation around racial justice parenting by diving into discussion led by our amazing facilitator John Jimenez, M.A. (He/Him)! John is a gay, Filipino, immigrant born in the Philippines and raised in San Diego, California. He recently graduated from New York University with a Master's degree in Higher Education & Student Affairs, and has the honor of calling San Francisco State University as his alma mater. John aspires to invite conversations around mental health, social justice, and community healing to support marginalized communities and encourage solidarity work.
Wednesday, November 11, 2020 • 5:00 PM - 6:30 PM
Taking place virtually via secure Zoom phone and video conference.
Register using the link above, and we'll contact you with the secure telehealth conference call phone number and video link URL. To be sure to allow us enough time to get back to you with the contact information, please register as early as possible. Our Zoom video and audio conferencing are HIPAA-compliant and preserve the security and confidentiality of all our participants to the highest standards possible. [Further information about Zoom meeting HIPAA compliance here.]
Please contact our San Francisco Programs Coordinator Karlon Zee, at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
We are committed to ensuring our programs are accessible to all families. When you're registering, please let us know of any accommodations that would help your family participate to the fullest (e.g. ASL interpreter, translated materials, childcare providers experienced with kids with disabilities, large print materials, gluten-free food options, etc.). If registering within 48 hours of the event, please call 415-981-1960 to ensure our receipt of your request. This event – including refreshments and childcare, as applicable – is offered free for all attendees. As you are able, please help us continue offering these resources to all who need them, by making a financial donation to OFC.